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Man catches wife going into labor on GoPro camera

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A father caught a memorable and tense moment on camera when his wife went into labor.

Troy Dickenson was wearing a GoPro camera and driving at speeds up to 90 mph in an effort to get his wife to the hospital. Once the pair got there, the adventure was just starting.

On camera, Dickenson's wife gave birth. The father was able to capture the drive, the birth and his wife entering the hospital with their newborn.

Both mom and baby are doing well. This is the couple's third child.

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