Haryana: With no ambulance available, woman gives birth in a three-wheeler


A woman on Monday gave birth to her child in a three-wheeler allegedly after no ambulance arrived at her house to take her to a hospital despite making calls to ‘102’ ambulance helpline number.

Renu Saket and her husband Bihari Lal Saket, both residents of village Chend in Madhya Pradesh and working here at a hatchery, claimed they called up ambulance helpline number ‘102’ twice when she developed labour pain, but they got only assurances that the ambulance will reach in sometime.

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When the ambulance failed to reach their place for over two hours, Bihari Lal claimed he decided to take his wife to hospital in a three-wheeler.

But when they were about three-km away from the hospital, Renu gave birth to a child in the vehicle. After which both of them were taken to hospital and were being treated.

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Meanwhile, in-charge of the ambulance Dr Rajesh Bhola said a probe will conducted into the incident and necessary action will be taken against those found guilty.

(With inputs from PTI)

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