While she was on her way to a week-long vacation in Hawaii, a young woman was surprised to give birth in the middle of the trip.
Lavie Munja was on a Delta Airlines flight from Salt Lake City to Hawaii when she was in severe pain.
A few minutes later, the girl, who did not know that she was pregnant at the 29th week of pregnancy, gave birth to a baby.
She told CNN, “It’s crazy what happened and everything that has happened since then.”
“It has a long name. I present to you Raymond Kaimana, Kobe Lavaka Monja.”
MI Manga was very fortunate to have so many caregivers on board when she was giving birth.
“Halfway through the flight, there was an emergency call. Apparently the flight attendants were asking if there was a doctor on board,” Dr.s Dale Glenn, family physician.
“After the baby was born, I asked the flight attendants about the plan. I was told that it is impossible to turn around and that we have to wait to get to Honolulu, ideally as soon as possible.”
Then the doctor and three newborn nurses who were on vacation took turns at the young mother’s bed.
An ambulance was at the bottom of the device when it arrived in Hawaii.
“Even though we hadn’t heard it for three hours, the baby started crying when he was evacuated from the plane. Everyone on board was very happy with this result.”