- A pregnant woman was with her husband at a police station when she went into labour
- Before the arrival of the requested ambulance, the members assisted the woman to give birth
- She welcomed a healthy little baby girl into the world thanks to the help of the cops
On Tuesday, members of the Putfontein SAPS station went above and beyond the call of duty when a woman went into labour.
The lady had been at the police station with her husband when she went into labour. According to Arrive Alive's website, officers at the station took the woman to the trauma centre and immediately called for an ambulance.
However, before the ambulance could arrive, the cops helped the woman give birth to healthy little girl.
Help arrived soon afterwards and both mother and newborn were transported to a hospital.
Putfontein Station Commander Lt Col Wellington Mathiane praised the members and thanked them going the extra mile to help the woman.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on a similar story. A woman had gone into labour and was waiting for an ambulance outside the police station when her bundle of joy decided to make an arrival.
A group of female officers, who were identified as captain Bucyee MaScubu, Sergeant Thulie Ndlovu and Sergeant Nokukhanya Madlala, helped without hesitation.
Social media users hailed the three police officers heroes and applauded them online.
Thuli Mbambo commented:
"That's great, may our God bless them."
Boyoh Shenge wrote:
"Siyabonga to the women in blue, Folweni SAPS UNkulunkulu unezimanga. God bless you all."
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