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Mumbai local train halts for 30 minutes at Dadar station as woman gives birth

Updated on: 03 March,2017 08:51 AM IST  | 
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Women commuters, doctors posted at Dadar help 22-year-old deliver healthy girl

Mumbai local train halts for 30 minutes at Dadar station as woman gives birth


An RPF officer with the baby girl who was delivered on the train at Dadar
An RPF officer with the baby girl who was delivered on the train at Dadar railway station.

A 22-year-old woman who was on her way to Nair Hospital gave birth to a baby girl on the train at 10.15 pm at Dadar station.




While the train was halted for 30 minutes at the station because of the emergency, no one complained. The woman was later taken to Sion hospital for further treatment Sultana Sheikh, a resident of Ambivali who was nine months pregnant and due in the first week of March, was travelling with her husband and mother-in-law on a CST local. She had been experiencing pain in her abdomen and was on her way to Nair Hospital.



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