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Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan has
said the pregnant woman who deliv-
ered her baby in the toilet of the San
Fernando General Hospital should
have been listened to.
"It is up to the professionals, the
nurses, doctors, if a person needs to
have a delivery and that delivery is tak-
ing place with the amniotic sac sealed,
that person has to be taken seriously
and put on a bed and dealt with, instead
of saying, Wait, it is not so.
"Check the patient," Khan advised,
during an interview on CNC3 s Morn-
ing Brew show on Wednesday.
Khan said overcrowding, which is
being blamed for the baby mishap at
the hospital s maternity ward on Mon-
day night, is a problem throughout the
He said it tended to happen "when
you have a finite amount of beds and
a constant flow of patients and nobody
is discharging accordingly.
"Some people are staying on these
beds as long as three and four months,"
"Now if you have a finite amount of
beds and you have someone there for
three and four months, on a system,
you would eventually have what is
called critical mass. You would even-
tually have no beds."
On Monday night, an Oropouche
mother gave birth in a toilet at the hos-
She has said nurses ignored her when
she told them she was in labour.
The woman, who also has an older
child, said various managers at the hos-
pital had since apologised to her.
The young mother, who spent the
Fuad on baby born in hospital toilet:
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night in a chair, after being given
eight stitches as a result of the
unorthodox delivery, accepted the
apology. She said her main concern
was for her newborn son.
"His sugar level keeps going
down and doctors are monitoring
him right now," she said in a brief
interview on Wednesday.
She said she has been dis-
charged, but remains on the ward,
because she does not want to leave
without her baby.
She said she was given a bed on
Tuesday after several new mothers
Medical director of the hospital
Dr Anand Chatoorgoon said the
perennial overcrowding at the
institution gave rise to the unfor-
tunate incident on Monday night.
While it is not an ideal situation,
Chatoorgoon said, overcrowding
happens from time to time because
of the high demand for the services
offered from at least half of the
country s population.
The SWRHA yesterday issued
a release apologising to the patient
and her family "for any possible
trauma or discomfort she may have
suffered as a result of this unfor-
The authority said it was ensur-
ing that the baby, who was still in
the Neonatal Unit, was receiving
all the necessary care and attention
possible, and an investigation was
It should not have happened
The case of a police constable accused of causing
the death of a Sea Lots mother and her two daugh-
ters by dangerous driving has been adjourned to
When the matter came up for mention in the Port-
of-Spain Eighth Magistrate s Court yesterday morning,
Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar, who is pre-
siding over the case, was absent.
Deputy Chief Magistrate Mark Wellington adjourned
the matters on Ayers-Caesar s list.
Before the case was adjourned, state prosecutor
Kerry Honore said 16 witness statements had been
filed, with ten further statements outstanding.
The accused officer--- PC Sherwin Legere, 37, of
Bhagna Trace, Chase Village---stood silently in the
prisoners enclosure during the short hearing.
Legere is charged with causing the deaths of Haydee
Paul, 28, and her daughters Akasha, eight, and Shakira,
seven, by dangerous driving and faces an additional
charge for driving dangerously.
The family members were killed on impact on he
Beetham Highway near their Sea Lots home on Feb-
Sea Lots driving deaths
case adjourned to Oct
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