Saturday, 5 September 2015

Cops help in delivery of twins at palam railway station


One conceived in PCR van, other in Dada Dev Hospital !!!

The Police Control Room staff turned birthing specialists for a pregnant lady on Saturday as they helped convey a youngster inside the police van. In any case, the lady was pregnant with twins and conveyed the second kid at a healing facility later.

The 35-year-old and her little girls are healthy. The police have chosen to compensate the three PCR work force, including a lady, for their snappy reaction.

Laxmibai, stays close Palam railroad station with her spouse Shankar, who functions as worker in the territory.

"The lady was on Platform number one of Palam railway station when she she went into labour. Seeing her crying at the stage, somebody rang the PCR," said a senior cop.

"A PCR van, involving ASI Rajbir, constable Bhagwati and constable Dharmbir, came to the spot in five minutes. They put her on a stretcher and hurried her inside the PCR van," said the officer.

Since none of her relatives were discovered close-by, the PCR staff chose to handle the circumstance themselves.

In any case, it soon got to be clear that the kid would need to be conveyed immediately. The PCR van was ceased and a young lady youngster conveyed.

Accepting the conveyance was finished, Laxmibai and her youngster were taken to Dada Dev Hospital in Palam. "The specialists there educated us that she was pregnant with twins. The other child young lady was conveyed with the assistance of specialists there," included the police.

This is not the first run through Delhi Police work force have helped convey a child. In 2013, the PCR staff helped a lady convey a kid in their vehicle after an auto conveying the lady separated in north Delhi. In May this year, a lady conveyed inside a PCR van close Rajghat after her spouse neglected to discover an auto-rickshaws adjacent and rang the PCR.