12-year-old on school trip delivers babyMarch 30th, 2011 - 3:04 pm ICT by IANS
London, March 30 (IANS) A 12 year-old Dutch girl, who did not realise she was pregnant, delivered a baby girl when she was on a school trip.
“Neither the girl nor her family had realised she was pregnant, and there were no external signs to show it,” the Telegraph quoted a spokesperson for health services as saying.
The girl was from Groningen in the north of the Netherlands.
She felt violent stomach pain when she was on a day out with her classmates last week.
A supervisor alerted the emergency services and when ambulance staff came they saw the girl was about to give birth, the media report said.
She was taken to a nearby building where she delivered her baby.
Both the child-mother and her new-born “are doing well” in the maternity ward of a hospital.
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