After helping her mother deliver her baby sister, a 10-year-old girl from Missouri was recognized by the authorities.
Miracle was quick to take action when her mom went into labor three days early. She needed to deliver her baby from home on October 23, according to a Facebook post. Post from North County Fire & Rescue (NCFR).
Miracle’s mom went into labor and told Miracle to call 911. Miracle connected to Scott Stranghoener the dispatcher after her mother went into labor. According toCentral County Emergency 911
Stranghoener was capable of calmly walking Miracle while she helped her mother give birth. Miracle helped her sister to cry, wiped her face and kept her warm as they waited for paramedics. PostFrom Christian Hospital EMS (CHEMS).
CCE911, CHEM and NCFR recognized Miracle’s heroic efforts and presented her with custom gear. According to a NCFR.
Miracle was given a storkpin, which is usually reserved for EMS providers who deliver babies. She was also presented with a customized shirt, special certificates of her hard work, a journal and a tablet filled with educational games according to NCFR.
Miracle wasn’t the only one showered with gifts. Her younger sister Taylor was also gifted some goodies. Jayla, Jayla’s new baby sister, received a personalized onesie and a new outfit as well as a Pack ‘n play, according to NCFR.
“This beautiful family of four certainly has a great story to tell over the holidays!”NCFR.