TWISP, Wash. - A trooper with the Washington State Patrol helped deliver a baby on the side of a highway in Eastern Washington Sunday.
Trooper John Bryant shared the news on Twitter Wednesday morning.
Bryant said Trooper Travis Cunningham helped baby deliver Luke on SR 153 at Mile Post 15, South of Twisp, around 6:39 a.m.
A picture posted on Twitter showed Cunningham with Luke and new dad Joseph holding the baby.
Officials said Luke, Joseph and mom Amy are doing great.
Say Hello to "Luke" held by his dad Joseph. Trooper Travis Cunningham and Joseph helped deliver Luke on SR 153 MP 15 (S of Twisp) on May 12 at 6:39 am after Luke decided he wasn't going to wait for the ambulance . Mom (Amy), Dad and Luke are doing great. #YourWSP pic.twitter.com/DM5YT3oVwX— Trooper John Bryant (@wspd6pio) May 15, 2019
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