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Paramedic helps young mom give birth

By the time Vivek Bhima arrived at the home, the woman was already in labour, and gave birth to a healthy baby boy on Monday. A 21-year-old volunteer from Erasmia was able to help a local mother give birth to a healthy baby boy on Monday afternoon, reports Centurion Rekord.

Vivek Bhima, who volunteers for both Laudium Disaster Management and Safe-T-Med Africa, received the call of a mother going into labour at around 2 pm on Monday.

“I immediately rushed to her home in Erasmia where I found her and her family inside the house,” Bhima said.

“The mother had told Laudium Disaster Management she was going into labour and when I arrived, she was already in labour.”

Bhima said the husband was also present and the boy was not her first child.

Remaining calm and resolute, Bhima was able to set the mother at ease and was able to help her through the delivery proses.

“I calmed her down and helped her deliver the baby boy,” he said.

“A few minutes later various paramedic services including Safe-T-Med Africa and ER24 arrived to further help the mother.”

After the birth, mother and baby were taken to a nearby hospital for further treatment and care.

“I have my training from Safe-T-Med Africa to thank for the way I was able to keep calm during the process,” Bhima said.

In other news – #Isibaya – S.e.x scene was just too much

Last night’s episode of Mzansi Magic’s Isibaya left many wishing they could “un-hear and un-see” what happened. Besides the fact that the whole episode was made up of three actors only, the Dam-Dam & Vava scene left the drama’s fans traumatized.


The teaser of the episode on Isibaya’s official Twitter page which read, “Dam Dam and Vava Voom’s love is not on lockdown,” got viewers glued to their screens but the scene left them embarrassed and they want an apology. continue reading

Source: The Citizen

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