PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -When Jenny Biemiller went to Walmart Monday August 19 to pick up cereal, she didn't think she would end up in the hospital.
Biemiller was 9 months pregnant and had a seizure and collapsed while at the Port St. Lucie West store. "All I remember is waking up in Tradition, in labor," said Biemiller.
Once Biemiller had her happy healthy little boy, Cooper, she wanted to find out who rushed to her side that day and saved her.
Biemiller reached out to WPBF 25 News and we track two women down.
Peggy Ashley was on shift at Walmart that night and Rhonda Goulet was a customer who went in to grab a gallon of milk.
"I just stayed with her making she kept breathing," said Goulet.
"We had called 911 and paramedics came out and took her to the hospital, it's awesome to see her," said Ashley.
Biemiller couldn't thank the two women enough. They were complete strangers who stopped to help she and her baby.
"It's absolutely overwhelming to me," said Biemiller.
"I had actually lost faith in people, I didn't really think there was a whole lot of great in the world anymore," said Biemiller. "I thank you so much for helping me and Cooper."
Cooper Jaylen Rodriguez was born August 19 weighing in at 7 pounds, 11oz and 21 inches long.
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