Early Sunday morning Tammy Camp's motherly instincts saved a newborn baby girl's life.
Just before 5 a.m. Sunday a woman walked into the Shell gas station at I-95 and Northlake Boulevard. Her actions were recorded on a store surveillance camera.
She asked for a key to the restroom and 9-minutes later she emerged bleeding and walked to her car holding something in her jacket.
"When we saw her walking out she was holding something in her arms and we thought that was strange," said Camp.
The woman, clearly in shock, told Camp it was a baby and was stillborn. The woman then opened the trunk to her car.
Tammy refused to believe the baby was dead. She took the child and called 9-1-1.
"I would like to think any mom would do that. Any mom, as a mom and a grandmother," Camp said.
Dispatchers told her to clear the baby's mouth and gave her techniques to revive the child.
"And then the mother came in and sat beside me and the baby until the paramedics got here," Camp said.
Three minutes later, EMS workers came through the door to help the mother and her newborn whom they placed on her chest.
The little girl, the gas station workers have since learned, weighed 5-pounds 12-ounces and has been given the name Isabella.
"We were kinda hoping for Tammy or Shelly, but uh - whatever works out we're certainly happy for the baby," Kevin Dalton, the owner of the gas station said.
"Everything happens for a reason," Camp said.
Workers from the service station say they've heard from the Florida Department of Children and Families and that the agency is planning an investigation.
For now, mom and child are said to be doing fine at St. Mary's Medical Center.