KNUTSFORD, UNITED KINGDOM - APRIL 03: (FILE) In this file photograph taken on March 20, 2007, a two-week-old boy finds his feet in his new world. Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt announced, April 3, 2007 that for the first time, mothers-to-be will have a guarantee that the NHS will provide them with a full range of birthing choices - including home births - and a midwife they know and trust to care for them. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
A subway station at the foot of Broadway doubled as a labor-and-delivery suite Friday for one pregnant New York City woman.
Two Fire Department paramedics were on hand to assist in the delivery, while straphangers and tourists gawked.
The woman had been waiting for a train to Brooklyn when her labor went into overdrive at around 3:40 p.m.
EMT Jerry Chatelaim tells the New York Post that by the time he and partner Thomas Loggins got to the scene, the baby was already crowning.
The delivery happened in a New York minute.
Afterward, mom and baby were recovering at a hospital a few blocks away.