NEW YORK (WPIX) --  A routine patrol of Penn Station early Wednesday morning was anything but normal for three members of New York's finest.  The trio helped a woman deliver a baby after noticing she was in severe distress.

Police officers Debra Garbutt, Ernest Huany and Marie Medina, all members of the Manhattan South Task Force, were reportedly on a routine counter terrorism patrol around 7:20 a.m. when they came across the 29-year-old woman in labor.  She had apparently just exited the elevator and was in desperate need of help.

The three officers quickly sprung into action, and along with the help of Karen Schrof, and Amtrack police officer, brought a baby boy into the world.  

The mom and her brand new infant son were taken to Bellevue Hospital to be evaluated.  Doctors say they are both in good condition.