(KECI) Subzero temperatures, icy roads, and a remote area were the circumstances surrounding a young Philipsburg, Montana couple about to have a baby.
Unable to make it to the hospital in Anaconda, they parked at the Granite County Medical Center in Philipsburg, where that clinic delivered its first baby in more than 20 years.
"If that hospital hadn't been there, she would have calved out on the side of the road, and been having a baby there in negative 20 temperatures, you know, without proper care or anything. It's a damn good thing this hospital is here, and I thank God every day for it," says new dad Mike Kaminski.
The clinic had one physician there that morning and two nurses who rose to the occasion.