I Noticed A Woman Delivering A Baby By Roadside Without Any Attendants

The Logical Indian

November 20th, 2015 / 2:12 PM

Source: Bengaluru Traffic Police

“Sri Gopalakrishna, PSI of Baytarayanapura Traffic, while on duty managing heavy traffic near Gali Anjaneya Junction on Mysore road. I noticed a woman delivering a baby by roadside without any attendants @ 9.15 hours on 19/11/15.

He attended to her immediately with the help of staff & public, immediately arranged for an ambulance. The said lady is identified as Smt Selvi w/o late Raju, 23 yrs, a native of Kallukurchi, Tamilnadu.

Both mother & girl baby are safe & healthy in Vani Vilas hospital now. We Bengaluru Traffic Police wholeheartedly appreciate the good work done by you.”

The Logical Indian Community thanks and applauds Sri Goplankrishna for thinking on his feet and saving two lives. You are a true hero!


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