Police build a temporary delivery room for a pregnant woman to give birth

Police build a temporary delivery room for a pregnant woman to give birth

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Video filmed in Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in southwest China’s Sichuan Province on September 13, shows a pregnant woman suddenly had a stomachache while walking past an armed police camp with her son and one relative. As the woman’s water suddenly broke, the doctor decided to deliver the baby on spot. Armed police rushed to build a temporary delivery room outside their camp for the woman to give birth. The baby was delivered successfully, but the woman had a bad stomachache. Police officers deployed a vehicle to send them to hospital. Both the baby and the mother are now safe. #shorts #china

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