A Sandy woman -- and her newborn twin sons -- were all in good condition Monday, following an exciting weekend.

Since the boys weren't due until August, Lynette Hales headed to Wendover with a friend. 

But about 25 miles east of the Nevada border community, the twins decided it was time to come.

Lynette's friend called 911, and then helped deliver the first son.  Initially the newborn was having trouble breathing, and Lynette had to perform CPR.

When emergency responders arrived, they stablized the first son...delivered the second one...and got them all transported to a Salt Lake hospital, in good condition.