A photo after Tarrant County Precinct 5 Deputy Constable Craig Diebold helped deliver a baby on the side of the road in Benbrook. Mom and baby are doing fine.
A photo after Tarrant County Precinct 5 Deputy Constable Craig Diebold helped deliver a baby on the side of the road in Benbrook. Mom and baby are doing fine. Courtesy
A photo after Tarrant County Precinct 5 Deputy Constable Craig Diebold helped deliver a baby on the side of the road in Benbrook. Mom and baby are doing fine. Courtesy

Baby born on side of road in Texas becomes blessing for law enforcers

July 18, 2016 05:27 PM

UPDATED July 19, 2016 10:19 AM

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