Presence of mind and courage by a junior doctor saved a pregnant lady who was undergoing examination at Calcutta Medical College.
The doctor bent over the pregnant woman to save her from the debris when a portion of the false ceiling collapsed.
The false ceiling crashed when Ayan Mondal was checking on Renu Biwi, moments before she was to be taken to the labour room.
Biwi escaped with minor injuries because of Mondal's presence of mind.
Mondal bruised his back, though, a hospital official said.
"The patient received minor injuries. In the evening, she delivered a healthy boy," Pit Baran Chakraborty, medical superintendent and vice-principal, said.
"Both mother and son are doing well."
"Before delivery, she underwent a CT scan of the neck region where some debris had fallen despite the junior doctor's attempts to guard her. There were no internal injuries," he said. Mondal's CT scan, too, showed no internal injuries.
The false ceiling had been done as the ward is being air-conditioned. The original height of the ceiling is not conducive to the air conditioning.
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