Srinagar, Feb 6: Responding to a distress call, Indian Army rescued a pregnant woman from the snowbound Badakhet village of Kalaroos block on Monday at 11:00 AM. The Army camp received a distress call from the family members, requesting for urgent medical evacuation of a pregnant woman, who was in critical condition. Due to heavy snowfall, roads were completely blocked and very slippery. No private vehicle or Army vehicles could reach the house as the road was narrow, steep, curved, slippery and dangerous.
Realizing the criticality of the situation, rescue and medical teams of Kalaroos COB immediately responded to the distress call and carried the woman on shoulders through snow bound stretch and incessant snowfall. Soldiers carried the pregnant woman on a stretcher for 5 km near the Sumo Bridge where an ambulance was on standby to receive the patient. The family and doctors expressed their gratitude to the Indian Army for their swift action and timely assistance. On reaching the Primary Health Center, Kalaroos, delivery process immediately started and a healthy baby boy was born. The mother and baby are doing fine.
The family was in tears seeing the commitment and zeal of soldiers through laborious evacuation for 5 km.
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