Stop a high-speed vehicle in the early morning Melbourne police officers help to give birth to a baby

Source: xkb.com.au
[Social News]     2019-09-29
 Two police officers helped a newborn woman give birth early this morning. Shortly after midnight, they stopped a high-speed car on the streets o...

 

Two police officers helped a newborn woman give birth early this morning. Shortly after midnight, they stopped a high-speed car on the streets of Melbourne after it was unstable, but helped the couple after learning the truth.

In the early hours of the Australian Rugby alliance (AFL) Finals, Martynez (Fernando Martinez) drove at high speed on Geelong Road in the Tottenham district, trying to take the pregnant wife who was about to give birth to the hospital.

When Martiniz's car was stopped by the police, he walked out of the car, raised his hands and told the police that his wife was in labor and that he was driving fast to take her to the hospital.

The wife also moved and tried to get out of the car. Police immediately told her not to get out of the car.

The police helped to call an ambulance, but on the way to the ambulance, the husband and the police officer had helped the woman in the basin to produce a baby girl with a time of 0:20 a. m., and she was named Mia.

Matinez said afterwards that he had never thought of helping to deliver his own children.

"I was a little shocked, a little anxious, but I was also excited," he said.

The father also said that while helping his wife produce, they were talking to the paramedics to receive instructions on how to do it.

Police officer Curtis (Chris Ketses), who helps delivery of baby girls, says he will never forget what happened on this football Finals.

The officer was also shocked by what happened early this morning. He worked for 28 years and encountered a variety of situations on a daily basis with his partner, but for the first time.

When the baby is delivered, because of the dim light, they don't know whether the baby is male or female until the ambulance arrives.

The ambulance took the mother and baby girl to the Royal Women's Hospital in Parkville district, where the husband drove two children to the hospital.

The woman said later today that she was deeply grateful to the police, the paramedics and the hospital for their help.

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