Paramedics Care for Newborn and Mother After Maternity Ward Explosion

A paramedic attends to a new mother, who was evacuated from the maternity and children’s hospital in Cuajimalpa, on the outskirts of Mexico City, on Jan. 29. The woman gave birth to her baby in the ambulance after a powerful gas tank truck explosion shattered the maternity and children’s hospital on the western edge of Mexico’s capital, killing three adults and one baby and injuring dozens.


Previous articleTop 5 Reasons Paramedics need an In-Vehicle Gateway
Next articleDrager Joins Forces with Code 3 for a Cure to Address Firefighter Cancer

No posts to display