CYPRESS CREEK, Texas — Kioma Renaux was about 39 weeks into her pregnancy when the little bambino made an unexpected entrance.
She was home alone while her boyfriend was in California. Renaux tried to call family members to take her to the hospital, but no one answered.
Renaux called 911, and dispatcher and EMT Renae Whitehouse took it from there. Whitehouse stayed on the line and gave Renaux instructions while the mother gave birth in her living room.
In the 911 call, you can hear police arrive about a minute before little baby Kennedy was delivered.
Renaux said, "Once [the baby] came out the police officers were coming in, basically, the same time she was coming out."
And the mother has a message for the 911 operator, "I wanted to just tell her thank you. I would not have been able to do this without her help."