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Mumbai: Woman delivers baby boy at Dombivli railway station; One Rupee Clinic comes to rescue

One Rupee Clinic provided timely medical assistance to Jasmin at a token charge of Re 1.

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Mumbai: Woman delivers baby boy at railway station

A 26-year-old woman passenger traveling towards Cama Hospital in Mumbai after suffering facing major labour pain, delivered a baby boy on a platform of Dombivli railway station. The woman is identified as Jasmin Shabbir Shaikh.

As per the reports, doctors and nurses of One Rupee Clinic attended Jasmin. These clinics provide timely medical assistance to passengers at a token charge of Re 1.

According to the police, once she reached Dombivli railway station, she got off the train along with a passenger nurse. With much difficulty and help, she delivered a baby boy on platform no 3 at Dombivli railway station. After that at around 7:20 AM, she was taken to a clinic in Dombivli in order for a dressing, suction etc.

Meanwhile, Sheikh’s family thanked the railway authorities, doctors and other staff for rendering timely assistance.

Trains were late on Central Railway on Wednesday morning due to heavy rains. The station, which is heavily crowded on normal days, was overcrowded. Although Mumbai was limping back to normalcy on Wednesday, trains on the central line were late by 10-15 minutes.

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