Cheyenne, WY (KGWN) - The day started off normally for Taylisha Taylor. Until she started feeling labor pains. Nine months pregnant, and already with two kids, Taylor called her grandmother Barbara Johnson and they were off to Cheyenne Regional Medical Center.
But as Johnson "flew" down Lincolnway, she simultaneously prayed for her granddaughter and great-granddaughter, but also that she would not get a speeding ticket.
Meanwhile, at CRMC Emergency Department, the valet's were going about their daily routine. "Then a car came roaring up and we rushed out and we got the news a baby was coming but we didn't know how close," said valet Kameron Carrigan.
And as soon as she got out of the car, Taylor gave birth to her baby girl Dakota. Not even through the front door, Taylor said she started pushing in the car, and that it wasn't in her control. "I just couldn't hold it and I had to push," said Taylor.
A team of doctors and nurses rushed out of the Emergency Department, and after the cutting of the cord, and making sure mom and baby were okay, Taylor and her baby girl were taken up to the maternity ward.