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Nepalese Army Helicopter Rescues Pregnant Woman in Bajura

२०८० माघ १७, ०७:४३ Dineshkhabar Desk

Bajura: In a commendable rescue mission, a pregnant woman has been airlifted to safety in Bajura, thanks to the swift response of a Nepalese army helicopter.

The rescue operation took place on Wednesday, as 45-year-old Raju Bista from Jagannath Rural Municipality 2 was safely evacuated from Kolti Primary Health Center. The primary health center cited the necessity of the airlift, emphasizing the difficulty in conducting the required medical procedure due to a shortage of blood supply.

Underlining the humanitarian nature of the operation, the pregnant woman was rescued at no cost, benefiting from the Presidential Air Rescue Program. Dr. Ranjit Kumar Shah explained that the woman had not undergone a single prenatal check-up, revealing high blood pressure, swollen legs, and low hemoglobin levels. Given these critical health conditions, a necessary medical intervention was deemed impossible at the local health facility, prompting a referral to the district administration office following an official letter from the administration.

This successful airlift not only highlights the vital role of air rescue programs but also underscores the challenges faced in remote areas, emphasizing the importance of timely and efficient emergency response mechanisms.

Dineshkhabar Desk

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