A homeless man helped a panicked mother deliver her baby at an Oklahoma rest stop and quite likely saved the child’s life, witnesses said. Keaton Mason and her fiancée were driving on I-40 Thursday in Oklahoma City when Mason went into labor a month before her due date. Panicked, she called 911. After birthing the baby, her newborn wasn’t breathing. The umbilical cord was wrapped around the infant’s neck and she was turning blue. That’s when Gary Wilson stepped in to help. A paramedic who arrived on scene said the hitchhiker did everything perfectly. He unwrapped the cord, tied it and rubbed the baby’s back until she began breathing. Witnesses said Wilson was perfectly calm in saving the baby. Rest stop employees offered him a hot meal and a place to stay for the night. Wilson left the following morning. Mason and her newborn daughter are both fine.