Giving birth always sounds incredibly tough.
Being a guy, I have of course absolutely no personal experience in this sector of life. However, the pains of a mother going through childbirth are pretty much known to be an extremely challenging moment.
So what happens when in an emergency, all one cannot get to a hospital in time and all hell breaks loose?
Or in this case, a waterbag in a Gojek car did.
Emergency Gojek Delivery
On the morning of 23 August 2019, Nish Ai RystApit and her sister-in-law took a Gojek to KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital after the former experienced contractions.
She wrote about her entire experience on a Facebook post.
Can you imagine how terrified they were as Nish’s waterbag burst during the ride, sending her into labour? I think anyone would be worried.
Her sister in law even said she could see the child’s head coming out.
Keep in mind this is still minutes away from the hospital. Full panic mode, right?
Apparently not to the man of steel present, Gojek driver Mr Leng Khee Kwong, who assisted the two ladies throughout their panic.
In her post, she mentioned that the driver encouraged by telling them they were almost at the hospital soon.
The guy even helped her deliver the baby through support and telling her to push. What a hero.
Good Guy Driver
Delivery in a car can be pretty messy. Like, bloody, waterbag all over the car floor kind of messy.
By the time they reached the hospital, the car definitely looked and smelt less than presentable.
But even when offered some compensation from Nish, Leng kindly refused and congratulated her on the baby.
This man definitely gets an A+ for generosity. He even stayed with Nish until the nurses had settled everything properly before he left.
Nish was extremely thankful and, “Would like to say BIG THANKS to GOJEK driver… for his help throughout the journey in assisting me and making sure we reach KK safely. I’m sorry for the chaotic moments and the mess in your car.”
Her sister-in-law also thanked the Leng, saying that they were very blessed to have him as their driver. I think anyone would be in this situation.
Congrats to the couple on their newborn child, and props to the driver for keeping nerves of steel even in dire moments!