Ramona Martinez reportedly remained remarkably calm as she delivered her second child, a girl she named Angelic, at home with the assistance of DPD Sgt. Brad Lamb and Officer Kent Eddy (right). The officers had just finished patrolling the school zones Tuesday morning when they were summoned to the house Martinez shares with the baby’s father, Oscar Medina. Lawrence Bejarano, an EMT-I with the Delta County Ambulance District, and Dustin Muth, a paramedic, arrived minutes later and cut the umbilical cord. They transported mom and baby to Delta County Memorial Hospital, where both were resting on Tuesday afternoon when this photo was taken. Angelic (not pictured) weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces and was 20 inches in length. Ambulance director Kirby Clock presented the two officers with pins for their able assistance. The pin was Lamb’s second — the first was also for helping with the delivery of a baby. Eddy has been employed by the DPD only since August, and the delivery was his first. “Kent was holding the baby, and I was holding Kent,” Sgt. Lamb quipped.