A pregnant woman wanted to give birth at a Boston Hospital and decided the best way to get from Framingham to Boston was the MBTA Commuter Rail.
Upon boarding the commuter rail train in Framingham on Wednesday evening, her water broke.
The conductor said she needed to get off the train, as he was worried she would go into labor while on the train, said Framingham Police Lt. Stephen Cronin.
Passengers on the train called 9-1-1.
For more than 45 minutes, the pregnant woman argued she did not want to get off the train and did not want to have the baby in Framingham, according to witnesses, who contacted Framingham Source.
Mom eventually ended up in an ambulance to Boston, where she delivered her baby, said Lt Cronin.