Human Interest Firefighter Helps Deliver First Grandchild When Pregnant Daughter Stops at His Station for Bathroom Break "Natural instincts kind of took over," said Georgia firefighter Bret Langston, who did his part in making sure granddaughter Adalynn entered the world safely By Maria Pasquini Maria Pasquini Associate Editor, Human Interest - PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on March 21, 2023 11:02 AM Share Tweet Pin Email (L-R) Bret Langston, Christopher Williams and daughter Adalynn, Hannah Langston, April Langston. Photo: City of Austell/Facebook A Georgia firefighter will always share a special connection with his granddaughter thanks to the unique way she entered his world. Bret Langston was on duty at the Austell Fire Department on the morning of Feb. 10, when his daughter woke up feeling contractions, according to Good Morning America. At the time, Hannah Langston, 18, said she thought it wasn't "that big of a deal," so she didn't head over to the birthing center until later that morning, per the outlet. Since her dad's station was on the way, it seemed like a good place to stop for a bathroom break — but "things happened fast from there!" according to a post from the City of Austell announcing the baby's arrival. Doula Uses Video Chat to Help Couple Deliver Baby at Home During Blizzard, Says Parents Did 'Amazing' Although "the ambulance was called" there just wasn't any time to get to the hospital, according to the city's post. Fortunately, Bret had experience with delivering babies. Hannah Langston and boyfriend Christopher Williams with daughter Adalynn. City of Austell/Facebook "I've been in the fire service for a little over 28 years and I have delivered multiple children — probably my best guess would be between 10 and 12 — and so just natural instincts kind of took over," he told GMA. Another stroke of luck? Since they were so close to the hospital, his daughter's doula was able to get there in time. RELATED VIDEO: Mom Welcomes Twins — and Learns Her Nurses Have the Same Names: 'Funny Story to Tell Our Girls!' About 10 minutes after getting his daughter set up, his granddaughter was born. "It was unexpected, unusual, but it was a blessing and I wouldn't change it," Bret's wife, April Langston, told NBC affiliate WXIA-TV. Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. Adalynn Marie Williams was born at 12:28 p.m. on Feb. 10, according to the city's sweet announcement. "We're happy to share that mom, baby, (and even new Granddad, Firefighter Langston) are doing very well!" the city added in the post. 10-Year-Old Missouri Girl Named Miracle Helps Deliver Baby After Mom Goes Into Labor at Home Although his first grandchild's place of birth may have been a surprise, the father of six told GMA "it was very sweet and it's something that I will never forget." "She's beautiful," he said of his granddaughter while speaking with WXIA-TV. "She's perfect."