Baby born on New Year's Day during high-speed police chase

Talk about a fast delivery.

Parents Tiffani Von Glahn and Carl Alewine had just finished ringing in the New Year at their Saint George, South Carolina home when Von Glahn suddenly went into labor.

The first-time mom wasn't supposed to give birth for another three and a half weeks, but baby Anastasia was ready to make her entrance into the world.

The engaged couple immediately hopped into their jeep and made a mad dash for Medical University of South Carolina in downtown Charleston, nearly an hour away.

Tiffani Von Glahn and Carl Alewine were home celebrating the New Year when Von Glahn went into labor. As the couple sped down I-26 in Charleston, around 20 cop cars swarmed their vehicle in a police chase trying to get them to stop

Baby Anastasia was born on in the middle of the interstate on the hood of her parent's vehicle on New Year's Day

Baby Anastasia was born on in the middle of the interstate on the hood of her parent's vehicle on New Year's Day

‘He was going about 90-95mph and a police officer came up behind us to pull us over,’ Von Glahn told WCBD.

Because the pregnancy was high-risk and Von Glahn was told that she may need a C-section, she told Alewine not to stop the car.

‘I was thinking there was no way I could have her naturally,’ she said.

When Alewine failed to slow down or pull over, the officer following them thought it was a chase and called for backup. 

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