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Woman Goes Into Early Labour In Bathroom, Bangkok Police Officers Come To Her Rescue

Hero cops help woman give birth

While Police Capt. Pichet Wisetchok and 2 other traffic police officers were on duty last Thursday, they got an emergency report from Bangkok’s Narinthorn Emergency Medical Service Center that a woman was going to give birth in her apartment. 

The officers, along with a volunteer team, then rushed to her aid. 

Police help providing immediate medical attention

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When they got to her apartment, they found out that the mother, Sunisa Sopa, had already given birth to a baby boy in her bathroom. The 2 were very exhausted, and the newborn required emergency attention. 

Provided mother and child with immediate medical attention

A video posted by user Sutin Intachot featured the 3 officers providing first aid to both mom and baby. This involved them carefully removing amniotic fluid from the baby’s mouth and giving him CPR.

Police help delivery baby

Image credit: Sunit Inchatot

After the situation was stable, a team from Rajavithi Hospital brought both mom and baby to the hospital for further medical care.

As reported on Channel 8 News, Sunisa felt pain and thought she was having contractions, so she decided to call a hospital. However, she went into labour soon after and ended up delivering the baby in her bathroom. 

Police help delivery baby

Image credit: Sunit Inchatot

Officers save the day

Both mother and child are now safe and are getting the proper medical care they need.

From bringing kids to school and promoting road safety to helping deliver a baby, we can see that police officers are not just there to help with criminal matters, but also to assist civilians in all sorts of situations. 

Rajavithi Hospital’s Narinthorn Emergency Medical Service Center is an organization providing an Emergency Medical Services System in order to decrease the rate of deaths and disabilities in Bangkok. 

In case of emergency, you can contact the hotline number 1669, which is 24 hours. 

Cover image adapted from Sunit Inchatot