A soon-to-be born baby just couldn't wait to be delivered early Sunday morning in Twinsburg.
Twinsburg paramedics were called at about 4:35 Sunday morning for a pregnant woman having contractions.
The plan was to transport her to Hillcrest Hospital... when the incoming baby had other ideas.
That sent the crew of paramedics Alan Sibits and Earl Wilson heading to Cleveland Clinic's Twinsburg emergency room...but they didn't make it there.
They DID deliver a baby boy - 6 pounds 13.2 ounces - in the back of the med unit as it was traveling down Hadden Road.
Both mother and baby are said to be doing well.
UPDATED One person suffered minor injuries in the fire, which included crews from Twinsburg and Solon to help put out.
Fire officials tell Twinsburg Patch.com they pulled out of the building when the roof of the structure began to collapse. A damage estimate was not immediately available.
Firefighters from several area departments are on the scene of a fire at 2050 Midway Drive in Twinsburg.
A dispatcher was unable to provide much information to AkronNewsNow, but told us that the fire was not yet out.
2050 Midway Drive is the home of Decco Alloys, which purchases and recycles scrap metal.
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