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Sep 15 19, 10:42 am

Pinay delivers baby in a bus while stuck in QC traffic

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Sep. 15, 19 | 10:42 am

The traffic problem in Metro Manila could be an additional burden to those with urgent and emergency needs.

Apart from those who are in the ambulance and needed to be rushed to the hospital, pregnant women can also be at risk in delivering their babies while on the road.

Take for example the story shared by a Facebook user named Michael Bien Tapang. He commended the bus company, its driver and conductor for giving priority to a woman who will deliver her baby.

“Hi, Sana makarating at makaabot ito sa ADMIRAL BUS COMPANY, I would like to Commend and Salute sa Bus Driver at kay kuya konduktor niyo na never mag hesitate na tumulong at di pinabayaan ang nanganak na Nanay inside their/your Bus,” Tapang posted.

Passengers thought that the scream of a woman came from the television only to find out that a lady was about to give birth.

The bus is en route to Novaliches-Alabang but was stuck in terrible traffic.

The netizen also thanked the passengers for asissting the pregnant lady.

“Salute din sa lahat ng men and women na passenger na tumulong sa mag Asawa, (at isa na ko don) hehehehhe, Salamat sa inyo at mabuhay po tayong lahat, hope na safe si Baby at si Mami,” he said.

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