The delivery victim died after spending four hours waiting for an ambulance at Panchayat Parni village in Mayurpur police station area of Sonbhadra in UP. When the ambulance did not arrive, the woman was taken home. The newborn is healthy. The woman died on the way to the hospital. The CHC superintendent of Mayurpur says the ambulance was monitored from Lucknow. He will write a letter for this negligence.
Sonakunwar, 32, wife of 35-year-old Ramshankar, a resident of Parani Dalit village, gave birth on Thursday afternoon. Ramashankar said he called 102 about the matter and called an ambulance. The phone receiver said the ambulance would reach you in 20 minutes. Even an hour later when the ambulance did not arrive, he informed Asha Reena of the village.
Asha reached out to him and he immediately called 102 ambulances and the person who received the call said that the ambulance had gone to the district hospital. It will take four hours to arrive. On the other hand, the pain of delivery in Sonkanwar became more intense. Asha quickly called 108 to call an ambulance. After receiving the call, this ambulance will be available two hours later. According to Ramashankar, at this time his wife gave birth to a child. Both the mother and the child were healthy after birth. At one point his wife began to bleed rapidly. His condition continues to deteriorate.
In it he informed the village chief Manoj Yadav about the matter, then the village chief immediately sent a car to Ramshankar’s house. The woman was rushed to Mayurpur CHC. But on the way, the woman fainted. On reaching the hospital, the doctors saw the woman and declared her dead.
He died while the family brought Sonkanwar to the hospital. The ambulance was not available on time, I can’t say anything about it. Because the ambulance was monitored from Lucknow. No ambulance has been reported so far. I will write to the government for this.
Shishir, Superintendent, Mayurpur CHC