In Nuremberg, a 20-year-old homeless woman gave birth to a child in icy temperatures in the Frauentorgraben. Bad enough when you have to spend the night on the street at minus 15 degrees. The young woman, who had set up for the night on a ventilation grille near the Opera House subway station, was then surprised by the birth of her first child.
Suddenly the homeless person went into labor
When a police patrol arrived at the young woman and her companion, she was already holding the baby in her arms and trying to protect herself and the newborn from the cold with a sleeping bag. Two police patrols immediately went to look after the emergency number reported that the birth of a woman in the moat was in full swing. According to the fire department, the woman’s companion should have informed the rescue workers.
A few minutes after the police officers arrived, an ambulance arrived to get the cold mother and her baby into the warmth as quickly as possible. Both were initially taken to a hospital where they can recover from childbirth. A fire brigade spokesman said on RTL request that the condition of the two was “stable”.