Woman Gives Birth To A Baby Girl On A NYC Crosswalk During Rush Hour.

Sup Travellers?! It's not everyday that you see a woman giving birth on the sidewalk while walking down the street. So this is why this story of Polly McCourt in NYC is making headlines. Her baby just couldn't wait to enter this world and decided to come out during rush hour on the corner of 68th and Third Avenue on Manhattan's Upper East Side.

"I can't wait till you get a cab. I'm ready for my big debut, get out the way!!!" The baby said [I assume].

According to witnesses, McCourt had already gone into labor by the time she left her apartment on East 68th Street. Her doorman walked her up to Third Avenue to catch a cab, but the baby just couldn't wait. 

"She was like, 'Oh my god, the baby's coming,'" one female witness said, "And then I could see the baby's head coming out."

Several female bystanders rushed to offer their scarves to wrap the baby, since it was cold out.

"I happened to be crossing the street and the baby came out...all I could do is cover her up with my scarf," another witness said. "Amazing - A miracle on 3rd Avenue."

The woman, her husband and their newborn child were taken to Lenox Hill Hospital where both were reportedly recovering fine.

Some people could have made that situation super awkward but thankfully there was no asshole in her vicinity. Well according to the reports, there was no asshole in the vicinity. People gathered around the woman and made sure that she and the baby were fine. Hats off to them. My name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.