The mother-to-be was in a hurry and just couldn't wait.
A Streetsboro police officer rushed to help a pregnant passenger in a Honda after receiving a call at 9 p.m. Friday night.
Officer Josh Bartholomew spotted the vehicle pulled over on I-480 east, just off of State Route 14. He arrived just as 26-year-old Pamela Osborne was in the middle of delivering her newborn.
"The driver got out of the vehicle and started yelling, the babies coming out the babies coming out! So i threw gloves on and ran up to the car the baby was almost out and i kinda just put my hands out underneath it to secure the baby and i told the mom to stay calm and keep breathing and she did a great job at that."
When Bartholomew noticed that the baby was not breathing, he removed the umbilical cord from the baby's neck.
Shortly after, members of the Streetsboro Fire Department responded to help Osborne and the child.
The new mom and baby were taken to Robinson Memorial Hospital where police say "both were doing fine."