A woman gave birth at Mumbai’s Panvel railway station on Thursday morning.
While travelling from Nerul to Panvel, the woman started experiencing labour pain. Railways' ‘One-rupee clinic’ saved the day again.
Doctors and staff from the One-Rupee Clinic rushed to help the woman deliver he baby safely.
The mother and the child are reported to be healthy and have been shifted to a hospital.
Maharashtra: A woman, travelling from Nerul to Panvel, gave birth to a child at Panvel railway station earlier this morning, with the help of a doctor of Railway's One Rupee Clinic and the railway staff. The mother and the child are healthy and have been shifted to a hospital. pic.twitter.com/8v0cTTypbb— ANI (@ANI) November 21, 2019
The One-Rupee Clinic keeps impressing citizens with its prompt service, last month, a 29-year-old woman had also given birth with the help of the Railway clinic’s staff and doctors. The delivery took place at Thane railway station.