Always helpful to get your insight. That blessed event on a desert highway. Jim and lynette were driving east when lynette suddenly went into labor. Jim's call to 911 captured all the drama that and... See More
Always helpful to get your insight. That blessed event on a desert highway. Jim and lynette were driving east when lynette suddenly went into labor. Jim's call to 911 captured all the drama that and abc's neal karlinsky has the story. Reporter: Of all the places you to go into labor lynnette was on the middle of a highway 100 miles outside salt lake city desperately trying to get to the hospital. Oh, my god. Has the water broken yet? No, no, no. Oh, my god the baby is coming out. The baby's coming out? Reporter: The 911 call turned delivery room captured it all sunday morning as hales and her friend jim gerber delivered the first of twins on utah's interstate 80. There's one out. Reporter: Only to realize the baby isn't breathing. Is the baby crying or breathing? In not making noise yet but its eyes are open. Reporter: The nearest help a trooper races towards them was miles out. What's the address of your emergency. Reporter: It was up to ashley hunt story walk them through it. I'll tell you how to give mouth to mouth. Breathe for him. He needs air. Reporter: Okay, is tbaby breathing yet. The scariest part after baby number one was delivered and not breathing. It does get emotional. I was just not going to give up. There he goes. Hi, baby. Is he crying? Keep him alive please. Is the baby breatheing? Is the baby breathing. A little bit. Reporter: After ten minutes of cpr a state trooper took over and helped deliver the second baby. Two days later twins j.J. And a.J. Are doing fine. And so is their very relieved mother. They're such miracles. They're really -- and they're fighters. So strong. Reporter: For "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle. Ah, they should be going home in august. That is fantastic.
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