Woman Gives Birth Outside Hospital After Nurses Kick Her Out

 In a shocking incident that has sparked outrage, a woman in Gabon reportedly gave birth outside a hospital after nurses allegedly kicked her out for being unable to afford the medical bill.

The harrowing ordeal unfolded at the regional hospital of Mellen in Gabon on April 7, 2016, according to a Facebook post by Alain Fabrice Koumba Pambou. The woman, who was in labor, had sought medical assistance at the hospital.

However, when the medical personnel presented her with a bill that she could not afford, the situation took a drastic turn. The woman refused to pay the bill, and in response, the nurses reportedly kicked her out of the hospital and shut the door behind her.

Left with no other options, the woman found herself giving birth on the grass outside the hospital. Fortunately, a few compassionate women rushed to her aid and assisted her in delivering the baby in the open air.

The incident has sparked outrage on social media, with many condemning the actions of the hospital staff. It has also reignited the debate on access to healthcare and the treatment of pregnant women, particularly those from marginalized communities.

The hospital authorities have yet to respond to the allegations, and the identity of the woman remains undisclosed. However, the incident serves as a stark reminder of the challenges faced by many women in accessing adequate healthcare, especially during childbirth.

This story highlights the importance of compassion and empathy in healthcare and the need for policies that ensure access to medical care for all, regardless of their financial situation.

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