Ambulance personnel help homeless woman give birth at Uhuru Park in Kenya

Ambulance personnel help homeless woman give birth at Uhuru Park in Kenya

Medics from St John Ambulance on Wednesday, March 13, came to the rescue of a pregnant Nairobi woman who had given birth at Uhuru Park. has learnt that 20-year-old Rebecca Atieno was taking a rest at the park but broke into labour moments later.

In a statement, St John Ambulance Kenya said its team of rescuers intervened shortly after Atieno's water broke.

After performing the emergency birth procedure, the woman and her newborn baby girl were rushed to Kenyatta National Hospital for further medical examination.

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"Congratulations to the #StJohnAmbulance medics who successfully helped perform emergency child birth to a homeless woman at Uhuru Park earlier before rushing the mother and baby for admission at KNH. Amazing stuff! Saving Lives Everyday," St John Ambulance Kenya wrote on Facebook.

According to a report filed by the Standard on Thursday, March 14, Atieno had lost a job at a hotel where she used to work.

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Her landlord in Muthurwa had kicked her out after she failed to remit a daily accommodation fee of KSh 50 (N178).

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that reality TV star Kim Kardashian offered to pay five year rent for a man identified as Matthew Charles who was recently released from prison after serving 20 years out of his 35 year sentence.

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