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An incident that happened in Efiduase Motokrodua, a village in the Sekyere East District in the Ashanti Region has touched the heart of many Ghanaians. The wooden door of a pregnant woman was broken as a means of transportation for her to get to the hospital for treatment
According to the narrator who is a midwife at the hospital, the husband of the woman in labour came to the hospital and reported to her that his wife is in labour and he cannot carry her all by himself to the hospital so he needs help. The midwife together with one man and the husband went to the house where the woman was to help her out to bed.
The midwife noted that there were no car or anything that can be used as a means of transportation to the hospital so what they did is, they pulled down the door of the pregnant woman and put her on the wooden to the hospital for treatment.
“Upon reaching the house and after assessment, I noticed that the woman was finding it difficult to breath. She told me she took in some locally prepared concoctions to enable her deliver quickly but started experiencing strange feelings in the body after drinking it. I didn’t have all the required equipment with me there to take care of her so I instructed that we transported her to the CHIPS compound. But there was no car. So we had to pull down the door for her to lie on it to be carried to the facility for attention". She made this known on Onua FM.
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