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And you think your birth story was traumatic...

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flimflammum Fri 16-Oct-09 16:33:02

apologies that it was in the Torygraph and a week ago, but still, shock shock shock

Reallytired Fri 16-Oct-09 16:35:10

Goodness, poor mother and baby.

My daughter was nearly born down the toilet so I can understand how it happened. I'm amazed that the baby lived.

ArizonaBarker Fri 16-Oct-09 16:38:22

I'm sure I've read of this happening before, about a year ago.

flimflammum Fri 16-Oct-09 16:40:45

And I thought, my god, she jumped off the speeding train? But then I thought, of course if it was my baby I would have done exactly the same.

ILikeToQuickstepItTangoIt Fri 16-Oct-09 16:47:02

Wouldn't the baby still be attached by the cord? Unless the placenta detatched straight away?

MrsJiggle86 Fri 16-Oct-09 16:53:34

ive gone all goosey, thank goodness they're ok

Northernlurker Fri 16-Oct-09 16:55:12

Crikey newborn babies can be tough! I wonder if the force of the fall and the forces exerted by the train snapped the cord as the baby fell? Mum was very lucky not to suffer catastrophic bleeding as well I think.

Littlepurpleprincess Mon 19-Oct-09 21:36:10

lol. I don't think so.....how did it fit round the U-bend?

OmicronPersei8yourbrain Mon 19-Oct-09 21:46:02

Indian train toilets: you look down, see the track. No u-bend.

Littlepurpleprincess Mon 19-Oct-09 21:52:18

ok but as said before, what about the cord. This is just to far fetched.

LynetteScavo Mon 19-Oct-09 21:55:31

This seems to be quite a common occurance in India!

But then India is a big place with a large population......

Littlepurpleprincess Mon 19-Oct-09 22:03:21

Anyone read Hippo Eats Dwarf? It's about hoaxes and pranks. If you believe this story, read Hippo Eats Dwarf.

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