By Dillon Thomas

AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– A couple said their child’s unexpected arrival at a Chipotle restaurant may have been destiny after all. The couple first met several years ago, when both starting working at a Chipotle.

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“We met at a Chipotle. We both worked at Chipotle. And, now our last baby (was born) at the parking lot of Chipotle,” said Adrianna Alvarez.

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Alvarez, and Saul Flores welcomed their son Jaden to the world in April in the parking lot of a Chipotle in Aurora. The duo was originally on their way to the hospital, when Alvarez couldn’t wait any longer.

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“I told him, ‘We are not going to make it. I feel like the baby is coming,’” Alvarez told CBS4’s Dillon Thomas. “The dispatcher was like, ‘I think you need to pull over.’”

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“It was my first time calling 911… ever,” Flores said.

On the other side of the call was 911 dispatcher Angie Schell. Schell said the call was the first complete-birth she assisted with over the phone, in more than 18 years.

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“This one was pretty hard to keep up with,” Schell said.

Schell spoke with Flores over the phone, who helped partially deliver Jaden.

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“If it wasn’t for her, I think he would have freaked out, or passed out,” Alvarez said.

Firefighters arrived on scene to finish the delivery.

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To celebrate the arrival of Jaden, Chipotle threw the couple a baby shower on Sunday.

Schell made a surprise appearance to meet Jaden.

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“We don’t hardly ever get to meet our patients,” Schell said.

Schell gave Alvarez a gift as family ate their favorite Chipotle meals.

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Chipotle gave Jaden a blanket that was dyed to look like a tortilla.

“He became a little Chipotle burrito baby,” Alvarez said.

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Dillon Thomas is a reporter at CBS4 and a Colorado native. He believes everyone has a story, and would love to share yours! You can find more of his stories by following him on Twitter, @DillonMThomas.