A Starbucks worker in Tacoma, Washington, assisted in delivering a baby outside of the coffee shop early Friday morning. Rashelle Rehms was working the night shift when she heard a knock on the window around 1 AM. A man told her a woman was laying on the ground about to have a baby. Rehms grabbed towels and ran outside to assist — and everything happened very quickly after that. Rehms says, “She said she needed her pants off. So I took those off for her and I noticed the baby was crowning. So I asked her to lift her hips so I could put the towels underneath her hips, and as soon as she lifted her hips, the baby came right out.” Paramedics arrived shortly after the baby was born. As a mother of two herself, Rehms said she was not scared.
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