Talk about an exciting birth story. Megan Browning of Logan County, West Virginia, was one of just a handful of people evacuated from the area during a landslide that damaged property and ruined roads last week. Nine months pregnant, she started having contractions. Browning had to deliver baby Maya four weeks early while her husband was left behind in the wreckage from the mudslide. Though the couple has had to make their home and their nursery in a hotel, their little family is happy and healthy.