An amusement park in Georgia is used to thrills, but no roller coaster could compare to the thrill of a child being born in the park.
A pregnant woman was visiting Six Flags Over Georgia with her daughter when she began to experience labor pain. She went to the first aid office and told them she thought she might be in labor. She was right.
Paramedics rushed to the park and made it in time to help deliver a healthy baby boy.
The park was super excited and tweeted, "IT’S A SIX FLAGS BABY BOY! We are thrilled to announce little Mathew was born at Hurricane Harbor on Monday afternoon! Congrats."
To celebrate the unexpected arrival, Six Flags gave the mom and her baby Diamond Elite Memberships, which guarantees them free entry to any Six Flags park for life.
Last week, a baby was gifted free Chik-fil-A for life when she was born inside the restaurant.