Wednesday, March 16, 2022

Worcester police officers helps mother give birth to a healthy baby boy under a tree

Two of Worcester Police officers helped a mother give birth to a healthy baby boy in broad day light.

The police’s FC van Wyk said that the local sector commander Warrant Officer Anneline Fielies was busy with patrols, in Aan de Doorns Road on Tuesday at around 14:50, when she was approached by a male, asking her to assist his girlfriend suffering from labour pains, under a tree.

‘’The member called the ambulance service for assistance, whilst she cordoned off the area with blankets. Moments later, the member delivered a healthy baby boy after which she was assisted by Constable Monray Prins, who was prepared to take off his shirt, in order to cover the new born baby. The local ambulance service arrived and transported mother and baby to a nearby hospital,’’ said van Wyk.

The Western Cape’s Police Commissioner, Lieutenant General Thembisile Patekile lauded the members for going the extra mile.

 

PICTURE: Warrant Officer Anneline Fielies with newly-parents

Done By: Mitchum George


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