A paramedics team from the Fire Services Bureau helped a woman deliver her baby on the street at 4 a.m. on May 21. The incident occurred on Avenida da Longevidade in Areia Preta. The woman was reportedly showing signs of labor, and when the team arrived, she was slightly short of breath and told the paramedics that the baby was expected on May 29. After an initial check-up in the ambulance, the team decided to deliver the baby immediately. The labor went smoothly, and the baby girl was born just two minutes later. This was her second labor, the woman told paramedics.
Woman scams Nepalese jobseekers
Five Nepalese men have reportedly lost MOP110,000 in a jobseeking scam that was allegedly carried out by a 28-year-old Filipina non-resident worker, who recently quit her job. The victims are between 25 and 35 years of age. Four of them worked as security guards but were recently dismissed from their jobs. They spotted a post on social media that connected them with the suspect. At a meeting, the suspect allegedly claimed that she could help them get a job for a referral fee. She also claimed that they would be hired within 10 days. After this period, the five victims did not receive the job referrals they were promised. The suspect reportedly admitted that she was never been able to accomplish this.
Bus breaks down in city center during rush hour
A public bus operated by TCM broke down on Avenida de D. João IV during rush hour at around 9 a.m. yesterday. This incident took place on the main road connecting the city’s central business district and its residential districts. From the video released by the Public Security Police Force, the bus was operating on route No. 12. The incident significantly disrupted the flow of traffic as commuters drove to work. In order to mitigate this, police officers and several bus drivers who passed by helped push the bus off the main road. The bus was later towed away by a TCM truck.