Police and paramedics help woman give birth outside train station in China

Police officers and paramedics helped a woman give birth outside a train station in eastern China. The video, filmed in the city of Nanjing in Jiangsu Province on June 29, shows train station staff and police officers carrying a woman named Yu on a stretcher out of the train station. However, Yu's water broke when she was carried to the gate of the train station. So police officers and train station staff formed a human wall and used folding screens to cover Yu, a paramedic named Xu Yingling then started to help Yu give birth. After only a minute, Yu successfully gave birth to a baby girl. They were then sent to hospital immediately. The mother and the baby were in healthy conditions. The video was provided by local media with permission.

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