The doctors had to work in dangerous conditions.
In Beirut (Lebanon) Emma Neisser gave birth to her first child just moments after the explosion at the port, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the Apostrophe.
The birth of a son Edmond and his wife was prepared in advance. The birth was scheduled for August 4, when the tragedy occurred in the city.
The birth of a child, the happy father decided to take video. However, at the same time, an explosion occurred: the window of the chamber was broken by the blast and fragments flew in different directions.
“I went and removed everything that happens to my wife, helped the nurse get up from the floor right in front of her bed, and then pushed the bed of his wife in a safe place”, — said the Edmond and added that everything after the blast was destroyed.
Edmond said that he wheeled the bed in Emma’s room, which, it seemed, were not affected by the explosion, until all the nurses and doctors who were themselves wounded, unable to help her.
“They sewed each other, they were very professional, and then began to take delivery, as if nothing had happened”, — he said and noted that the main operating room, medicines and instruments were completely destroyed.
Because my wife had to give birth without medication. And there was also no lighting, and the doctors were lit during childbirth phones.
Parents Emma and Edmund was waiting on the other side of the hospital, so as soon as his wife ended up in the hands of doctors and was safe, he ran to find their family.
“Actually it was a maze. Everything was completely destroyed,” said Edmund.
Then the wife who had given birth, with the child seated on the seat and drove into the Parking lot, which had to walk 600 meters. Further, new parents drove to a safe place.
Mother Edmond was injured lung because of a broken limb, but he said she was in stable condition, is recovering and out of intensive care.
Edmond called his wife and doctors superheroes. When they got to the other hospital, I saw the terrible consequences of the explosion. Also, the family learned that killed and wounded many people.
“They (doctors) could just leave. They could get scared and leave, but none of them left,” said Edmond.
Since the birth of the baby doctors daily liaised with the couple.
Edmond Hausser posted on his Facebook page photos and videos with your son and his birth.