CLEVELAND -- Three Cleveland emergency responders are being hailed as heroes for helping to deliver a premature baby at Cleveland Hopkins Airport.
On October 17, a worker at CLE went into labor 10 weeks early.
Three Fire & Rescue paramedics on duty responded to the call. Paramedics Andrew Novick, Bill Kerr and Mike Stuble actually brought the baby boy into the world since the infant arrived before his mother could be transported to the hospital.
The baby's father works at the airport too and was able to help cut the baby's umbilical cord.
Mom, dad and baby are doing great.