Laotian woman provides birth in pickup truck on Thai highway

At around 2am yesterday, volunteer employees from the Poh Teck Tung Foundation acquired a report of a woman giving delivery in a pickup truck on Tiwanon Road, close to the Amphornphisarn intersection in Bang Phut Subdistrict, Pak Kret District, Nonthaburi. The emergency group shortly arrived at the location to supply help stories Sanook.
Upon arriving at the scene, they found a black Toyota Hilux Revo, license plate number 8K.6764 Bangkok. In the backseat of the automobile, they discovered a Laotian girl recognized as Xem, who had just given birth to a baby boy. Her husband, Phakphum, 22 years outdated, a common worker, was in good spirits but was shocked by the in-car delivery. The Poh Teck Tung Foundation group then hurriedly transported the mother and the newborn to the Irrigation Department Hospital in Pak Kret.
Phakphum acknowledged that his spouse had complained of abdomen and back ache, which they initially tried to deal with by purchasing two or three doses of paracetamol. However, contractions began as they travelled and her water broke whereas they had been in the car. They continued towards the downtown Pak Kret space, but because the ache turned insufferable, his wife delivered the infant in the vehicle. Fortunately, Because noticed the rescue officers parked close by and requested for assist. Phakphum expressed his gratitude to the rescuers for assisting them and ensuring that his wife and youngster made it to the hospital safely..

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