- A video of a woman giving birth at the roadside in South Cotabato has gone viral
- The woman claimed that she tried to have herself admitted to a hospital but she was allegedly not accepted because no doctor is around to deliver her baby
- Her companions in the video were getting frantic because the baby is already out, but the placenta has not yet come out and the umbilical cord was still uncut
- The baby was healthy and they were all looking for a cloth to cover the little one, and were also trying to figure out how to help the woman who has just given birth
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A woman in South Cotabato gave birth to her baby right on the street after she claimed that she was not accepted by the South Cotabato Provincial Hospital.
The video of the woman was uploaded by 98.7 Brigada News FM Koronadal, entitled, "Buntis nanganak sa gilid ng kalsada."
It could be heard how her companions were lamenting that she was allegedly not accepted at the hospital because there was no doctor around to deliver her baby.
One could hear her companions trying to comfort her, telling her to hang on as they noticed that she was already shivering.
Her baby was healthy and they were trying to wrap him with a cloth. The video of the actual delivery could be found on Brigada's page.
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