DINWIDDIE COUNTY, Virginia – A Dinwiddie County mother thought she knew what to expect in the days leading up to the birth of her third child, until something unforeseen happened  ] Brittany Solomon was home alone on March 1
Just a week earlier, she was in hospital with false labor pains
"The contractions were about 5-7 minutes apart and I mean, I only struggled through the pain," she said.
Then her water broke.
"And I felt the tip of her head," said Solomon. "Within the next one, I'll say that two to three minutes of labor are just a minute or two apart."
Solomon said that she believes she missed the chosen 911, but managed to call her fiancée Travis  "I talk to him on the phone, because I help her give birth to her, and I scream," It is time, baby is here, she is coming. & # 39;
Little amirra was born six pounds, nine ounces
The new mother said after the birth she went to her bedroom to the towel cupboard to pack the baby amirra. She also had to unlock the door for the rescue team.
Her fiance Travis called 911, who then called Brittany.
"Did you have the baby Brittany?" Asked the 911 dispatcher. "Yes, I have," Solomon replied, "Ok, well, and breathe it?" Continued the Dispatcher.
"Yes, she's breathing and whining and she's moving," Solomon said.
This duty dispatcher was 5-5 years old. Veteran veteran Tiffany Beckle's
"I asked her how she was … she was Of course a little out of breath, but she was so calm, she was so calm, that was pleasing to me, "said Beckles  With paramedics, Beckles continues to support Brittany.
" Wipes everything away in Becky said during the distress call.
Solomon advised Beckles to be quiet on the phone and help her in a frightening situation.
"That made me feel good 'I took it home, it's still mine,' said Beckles.
Ami rra, the beautiful and healthy baby is now two weeks old.