Queensland dad delivers his own baby while on the phone with Triple Zero after his wife’s water breaks
Frantic dad delivers his own baby while on the phone with Triple Zero after his pregnant wife’s water unexpectedly broke at home
- The insane expectant father gave birth to his baby at home after his wife’s water broke
- Queensland man Ravideep Singh told ambulance officer he could see ‘the hair’
- Operator said she gave instructions on the delivery and tried to calm him down
A frantic father gave birth to his own baby with only the instructions of a Triple Zero operator after his wife went into labor unexpectedly.
Ravideep Singh of Ipswich, Queensland, received a call from his heavily pregnant wife, Navjot Kaur, on May 5, around 6:00 am, telling him that her water had broken.
The expectant father begged his wife to try to postpone the delivery and told her not to push, but soon realized that his daughter was already being born.
Ravideeep Singth (left) received a call from his pregnant wife Navjot Kaur (right)
‘I told him not to push, the baby will come by itself, I can’t keep the baby inside. Ravideep was so scared, ”said Mrs. Kaur 9 News.
Mr. Singh, Triple Zero, rushed back to their Augustine Heights home and contacted medical care provider Allie Roser.
In the nail-biting phone call, Mrs. Roser asks the Queensland father if he can see a part of the baby to which he responds: “Right, I can see the hair.”
While their daughter was crowning, the ambulance officer ordered Mr. Singh to put his hand on the baby’s head.
Allie Roser (pictured) said she immediately began instructing Mr. Singh about the delivery of the baby, and that she was trying to calm the concerned father
“Yes, the baby is coming out, I can see the head,” said the concerned father.
‘The head is out? Fantastic that you are doing great! ‘Replied Mrs. Roser.
The morning’s call had been the first of the day.
After sending an ambulance, Mrs. Roser began instructing the Queensland father to give birth and calm him down.
Paramedics Samantha Bedford and Bradley Lavers were soon on site to offer Mr. Singh some welcome support.
The healthy baby girl was reunited with the emergency responders less than a week after her birth
“We literally walked through the bedroom door and there she was, and we took immediate action,” said Mrs. Bedford.
A few minutes later, the baby girl was delivered safely, with her relieved father there to cut the umbilical cord.
Mrs. Kaur and her daughter were safely transferred to Ipswich Hospital and returned home later that day.
Less than a week later, the first responders were reunited with the couple’s healthy daughter to wish her the best.
“Thank you is not enough,” said Mrs. Kaur.