Her mother didn't quite make it to the hospital but was lucky enough to be helped inside the library by some alert employees and delivered her daughter there without any complications. In fact, it sounds like everything went very smoothly.
Sariah and her mother
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Trevino was on her way to the hospital Tuesday, riding the "0" bus, when she started having contractions.Wouldn't it be fun to tell your reading friends that you were born in a library?
A woman on the bus, who works at the hospital, noticed what was going on, Trevino recalled. She told the expectant mother to get off the bus at the library and used her cellphone to call for an ambulance.
"I tried to get to Denver Health," Trevino said sheepishly. "I didn't make it."
Trevino said as she walked from the bus toward the library, she knew the baby was coming in a hurry.
"As soon as I started walking, I felt pressure," she said.
Once inside the library, Trevino lay down on the floor and people inside, including library security, began to help. Trevino only had to push twice to deliver her baby girl.