Fire brigade deliver impatient little baby Eva en route to hospital
A little baby girl from Dublin was in no mood to hang around for her arrival to the world last night – as fire brigade paramedics had to deliver her in the back of their ambulance.
At around 3.10am baby Eva decided the time was right to appear after the ambulance crew responded to a call to assist her mother in Swords.
While getting mum ready to make the trip to the Rotunda hospital it became clear the little tot was impatient, and firefighter paramedics Steve McNally and Barry Holohan helped her to make a safe arrival.
Swords fire brigade took to social media to offer their congratulations to her delighted parents, saying: “D134 delivered Baby Eva this morning. She was born at 3:10am. Delivered by Firefighter Paramedics Barry Holohan and Steve McNally on D134. Eva's proud are parents delighted to share pic and story. Congratulations.”