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Woman delivers baby boy at Thane railway station's one rupee clinic

ANI
Published : Apr 27, 2019, 11:31 am IST
Updated : Apr 27, 2019, 11:31 am IST

The woman, Pooja Chauhan, started having labour pain in the early morning hours while onboard the train.

Pooja Chauhan who gave birth at Thane Railway station, with baby held by a clinic staff. (Photo: ANI)
 Pooja Chauhan who gave birth at Thane Railway station, with baby held by a clinic staff. (Photo: ANI)

Thane: A 20-year-old woman travelling to Mumbai via Konkan Kanya Express gave birth to a baby boy at a clinic in Thane railway station on Saturday.

The woman, Pooja Chauhan, started having labour pain in the early morning hours while onboard the train. Subsequently, railway officials informed the station manager at Thane.

The woman was immediately taken to a one-rupee clinic at Thane station in a stretcher.

At the clinic, the doctors conducted a delivery procedure upon her and the woman successfully gave birth to her child.

Both the mother and infant are doing fine, doctors at the one-rupee clinic said.

Tags: thane, station delivery, one rupee clinic
Location: India, Maharashtra, Thane (Thana)