Baby couldn’t wait! Deputies help mom who went into labor along SR 167

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PACIFIC, Wash. — Deputies helped a mother who went into labor Thursday morning near Pacific.

Washington State Patrol troopers said around 6:30 a.m. that King County deputies were assisting with a birth along northbound SR 167.

Just a few minutes later, troopers said Valley Regional Fire arrived to take mom and baby to the hospital where she was still in labor a few hours later.

No word yet on whether it was a boy or a girl.

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