ALPINE, Utah -- Emergency dispatchers in Utah received an unusual call for help from a mother of a six-week-old baby.
"I have no formula. And I have no idea how I can get formula to her. And I've been calling neighbors and no one will answer," Shannon Bird said in the call.
Bird called 911 in a panic after her milk suddenly dried up, she had no formula and no way to get it, KSL-TV reports.
She says her four other children were sleeping and her husband was out of town.
Officers with the Long Peak Police Department responded.
They first stopped at a store and grabbed a gallon of milk, which they quickly learned would not work.
The officers then ran over to another store and a short time later they returned with formula.
Officers say it's all part of the job.
Utah police respond to 911 call from frantic mom in need of baby formula