- Miracle happened on Qatar Airways flight, woman became mother for the first time
- Woman going to her home in Uganda gave birth to baby girl in flight
- Canadian doctor got delivery done, wore a necklace in his name
A miracle happened on a flight going from Qatar to Uganda, which surprised everyone. When the flight landed after an overnight journey, the number of passengers in it had increased. A new passenger was born on a Qatar Airways flight as a ‘miracle’. The Canadian doctor who delivered the child has expressed his happiness by sharing pictures of the baby and mother on Twitter. Dr Aisha Khatib, a professor at the University of Toronto, was also on the Qatar Airways flight.
According to a BBC report, just an hour after the flight took off, it was learned that a migrant labor woman going to her home from Saudi Arabia to Uganda was about to give birth to her first child. At the end of the journey, the mother gave birth to a healthy baby boy and he was named ‘Miracle Aisha’ after the doctor. Dr Khateeb was attending Toronto’s busy schedule battling the Corona virus.
Played ‘Doctor Dharma’ even after fatigue
She was exhausted and taking rest on the third leg of her journey. But when asked on the intercom is there a doctor? So he didn’t hesitate at all. According to the report, Dr Khatib told that I saw that a crowd of people had gathered around the patient. At first they thought it was a serious matter like a heart attack. He told, ‘I looked closely and the woman was lying on the seat.
Two other passengers also helped
His head was in the gallery and his feet were towards the window and the child was coming out. Two other passengers helped Khateeb. It had an oncology nurse and a Doctors Without Borders (MSF) pediatrician. The girl was crying loudly after which Khateeb handed her over to the paediatrician after a quick examination. He told that I saw the girl and she was stable. I looked at my mother and she was fine too.
The doctor wore a necklace named ‘Aisha’
Khateeb said that the best part was that he decided to name the baby girl after me. Khatib gifted Aisha a golden necklace with Aisha written in Arabic. He said, ‘I thought I would give this necklace to her and she would have the mark of the doctor who delivered her at an altitude of 35,000 feet above the Nile River.’ The baby girl was born on December 5 but Khatib recently released her pictures as she is too busy treating COVID patients in Toronto.