A Florida doctor was in the midst of pumping gas into his car Friday when he swooped in to help a pregnant woman deliver her child. The doctor was on his way to deliver another baby at the Weusthoff Medical Center in Rockledge when he stopped to help out the reportedly panicked couple.

Dr. Javier Soto, an OB-GYN, heard a plea for help as a woman's husband called out to him at the gas station in Merritt Island, Florida. The husband noticed that Soto was dressed in his medical scrubs, which led him to ask him whether he was actually a doctor. Upon confirmation, Soto then stepped in to aid the woman going into labor.

"I was just pumping gas over here and this guy asked, 'Hey, are you a professional?'and I was like, 'Sure, what's going on?' She's crowning. I just happen to be an OB-GYN," Soto said Friday to ClickOrlando.com.

Soto safely delivered the baby in the back seat of the couple's car. The newborn child was seemingly okay as the paramedics arrived at the scene shortly after. The crew lifted the mother and the baby into an ambulance to transport them to the local hospital.

"It's what I do on a daily basis," Soto said to Dayton Daily News. "It just so happened to be in a gas station."

Soto's gas station delivery is among a list of numerous untraditional settings women have given birth in. A woman stopped at a Florida McDonald's in 2013 on her way to a doctor's appointment when she began to go into early labor in the fast-food chain's restroom, which she did with the assistant of restaurant employees that delivered her baby through a dispatcher's instruction. A second woman went into early labor on a Philippine Airlines flight in 2011, which was a successful delivery due to the three nurses on board in conjunction with the flight crew's aid.

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An OB-GYN delivered a baby in the back seat of a couple's car at a gas station. A doctor is pictured wearing a stethoscope at the Miami Children's Hospital on June 02, 2014 in Miami, Florida. Getty Images