There was no transportation at all so the mother had difficulty getting to the hospital.
Malaysian police officers become a hot conversation. This is because they were caught on camera helping a mother who was forced to give birth on the street.The incident occurred in the Todak Plain, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. The woman could not be rushed to the Sabah Mother and Child Hospital (HWKKS) due to insufficient time.Quoted from World of Buzz , Pahmah Nastih, 38, who is a resident of Kampung Kasupan, Pulau Gaya, had to use a boat to get to Kota Kinabalu Large Pier and to the hospital. Meanwhile, the baby in her womb will come out.
According to Halilih, Pahmah’s husband was going out to sea to fish when this labor took place.Arriving at Kota Kinabalu Large Pier, they had difficulty getting transportation because of the lockdown. They also had a feeling of despair.Two policemen on patrol rushed to them. They immediately provided assistance.”My wife calmed Pahmah. By chance, two police officers, one of whom was a woman, who patrolled rushed to us and helped us,” Halilih said.
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Not Enough Time to Hospital
Then the police officer asked for an ambulance to bring Pahmah to the hospital as soon as possible. While waiting for the ambulance, Halilih’s wife said that Pahmah was about to give birth.The two policemen then rushed to help Pahmah to give birth. The woman finally gave birth to a baby girl on the edge of the Todak Plain.After a few minutes after the heroic incident, an ambulance arrived and took Pahmah and her daughter who survived to the hospital.
Kota Kinabalu District Police Chief, Assistant Commissioner Habibi Majinji stated that the duty of the police was to treat civilians during the lockdown.”The mother and child are currently receiving further treatment at HWKKS,” AC Habibi Majinji said.Even though the police are in charge of enforcing lockdowns, they remain committed in helping community members during urgent situations.Hopefully this story can inspire the police to help each other with the community, yes!
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Kangen Family, Thai Fishermen Desperate to Swim from Malaysia
Thursday, April 16, 2020 marks a three-week even lockdown in Malaysia. During the period of social restrictions, no one left the house, let alone to go abroad.However, a 45-year-old Thai fisherman dared to swim across the sea from Malaysia to return home. The reason, he missed his family.
He decided to swim back to his home country.
Reporting from World of Buzz , this fisherman was found exhausted by water police near Puyu Beach, Satun. This man is known to have come from Piman.”I really miss my family and I’m not sure when the border will open. This is why I decided to swim back home,” the fisherman said.
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Two Days Swimming
However, strong currents swept the fishermen to the middle.Luckily there were other fishermen who found it. The fisherman from Thailand was found at 14.30 on Monday, April 13.Banjerd added that although the fisherman looked exhausted, he was very happy to see sea police rescue him.
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Fisherman is currently in the hospital and is quarantined for 14 days. His “Michael Phelps” action is threatened with fines.The fisherman can be charged 800 baht, equivalent to Rp300 thousand. Because, he entered Thailand illegally.
Since March 23, 2020, the Government of Thailand has closed nine border areas for an undetermined time. Banjerd said Thai Polair had increased the security of international borders to bring about a similar incident.