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Detik Cemas Isteri Dalam Labour Room Ketika Letupan Beirut, Nasib Baik Bayi Selamat!

August 10th, 2020 | by Amirul Asraf
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Beberapa hari lalu dunia digemparkan dengan satu tragedi letupan di Beirut, Lubnan yang telah meragut ratusan nyawa dengan puluhan orang yang tercedera.

Pelbagai kisah pengorbanan yang tersingkap lantaran daripada tragedi tersebut, salah satu kisah menyentuh hati adalah mengenai seorang ibu yang bersalin ketika letupan tersebut berlaku.

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Yesterday my son George was Born under a catostraphic blast! It was crazy! I did not believe we came out alive. My wife is great and Baby George is amazing! Now my wife and son are safe, as well as my sister and Emma’s Parents. We are still waiting for my mother to recover! I would like to Thank Dr. Elie Anistasiades, Dr. Lara, Dr. Stephanie Yaacoub, Dr. Marianne, Dr. Rita, Dr. Marie Therese Eid. Huge appreciation to St. George Hospital team, who stayed with us until we were safe, and even afterwards. I am sorry if I forgot to mention any name in particular. You were all above the level of professionalism.

Thank you to My friends and relatives who supported us in any means. On behalf of Baby George:” Thank you for bringing me safely into this world. I hope I can pay you back some day”. Stay safe everyone and pray for our beloved Lebanon.

Seorang lelaki yang dikenali sebagai Eddy Khnaisser memberitahu bahawa isterinya selamat melahirkan anak mereka ketika letupan sedang berlaku di Beirut. Tambahnya, kedua-dua anak dan isteri berada dalam keadaan selamat meskipun pada waktu tersebut keadaan agak kelam kabut.

Ucapan penghargaan buat kakitangan hospital turut diucapkan kerana mereka sanggup mempertaruhkan nyawa ketika itu. Dia turut memohon doa daripada masyarakat agar Lebanon kembali seperti sedia kala.

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Sumber: Eddy Khnaisser

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Amirul Asraf

Content Champion at Rev Asia Berhad
I became a writer to come as close as possible to the heart of the world.