Vipin Khadse, a 24-year-old young man, and a Final Year MBBS student has been making headlines as he managed to deliver a baby in a train by instructions from his seniors only through WhatsApp. Single-handedly, this brave medical student assisted a woman who went into labor while the train was heading towards Nagpur.
The train was nearly 30 km away from Nagpur when the woman's relatives pulled the emergency chain to let the train halt at Wardha Junction. The woman was traveling with her husband and some relatives to Chattisgarh, India.
Keep reading to find out about the courageous act of this young man.
When the TT couldn't find a doctor on board, the woman's relatives were ready to pull the emergency chain at Wardha Junction.
When the guards were looking for a doctor, Vipin didn't answer because he was still a student. But once the second enquiry came through, he offered to help.
All the passengers were asked to empty the coach while Vipin attempted to make the coach a makeshift delivery room.
In a normal birth, the baby's head crowns out of the vagina first, but this case was different. The baby's shoulders were coming out first. Vipin asked his seniors for help, and they guided him through the entire delivery.
Vipin offered to help even though he wasn't experienced, but because of the guidance that he received from his seniors, he managed to conduct the delivery perfectly.
Vipin wants more people to be trained for it. He wants so because it would be a great help in taking care of women in labor and emergency deliveries would be carried out easily.