Raven Schole couldn't even wait until her mother got to the hospital to start her new life.
Eden, N.Y. (WKBW) - Meet Raven Schole. Her arrive to the world is quite a story.
"We got into the car and I told my husband I don't think we're going to make it," Raven's mother Jennifer Schole said.
Schole was right. Her little bundle of joy was on her way.
"You have to go to the police station I'm just not going to make It," Schole said.
They pulled into Eden Town Hall. That's when Police Chief Michael Felschow came to the rescue.
"I assisted with breathing to calm her down but she began screaming again saying the baby is coming and the baby was coming," Felschow said.
Raven was born right in the parking lot of the Eden police station July 20th. Schole said she thought she had some good experience with labor, having three other young daughters at home, but this was something new.
"I was shocked. I can't believe a cop was going to deliver my baby. I'm not in a hospital. I have to do it without drugs. Yes, all natural with my biggest baby ever," Schole said.
Raven was nine pounds, five ounces to be exact. Now, the girls have a new sister to add the bunch. Mom said Raven is doing great from her 10 little finger to her 10 tiny toes.
"Right after I gave birth the EMS showed up. They transported me to Mercy. She was health and just perfect," Schole said.
Chief Felschow said it was a day to remember.
"it's very exciting. You always see bad things and this is a good thing very exciting," Felschow said.
As for Chief Felschow, he said he might have a whole new career.
"The next day when I came in I found this sign on my door. OBGYN the doctor is in and I'm taking a ribbing for this," Felschow said.