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OffbeatIrish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years

18:42  13 june  2019
18:42  13 june  2019 Source:   evoke.ie

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Irish Rail has said it will give free travel for 25 years to a baby girl born on one of its services on Tuesday. “I would have done some training in managing deliveries when I was training to become a GP, but I haven’t been next or near that in about five years , let alone anything outside a hospital.”

The baby girl who was born on an Irish Rail train travelling from Galway to Dublin has been given 25 years worth of free travel . Off-duty doctor Alan Devine from Donegal was apparently watching Chernobyl on his ipad when he noticed “some commotion going" in a carriage up ahead.

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Irish Rail has offered a baby girl born on one of their trains free travel for 25 years.

And rail bosses say they will be helping out the Mum as well.

An Irish Rail spokesman said: ‘All under 5’s travel for free, and we are offering the baby girl another 20 years til age 25.

‘We will be hoping to help Mom out as well.’

Fortunately for the mum a doctor and two nurses as well as another passenger rushed to her aid.

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A baby girl that was born an Irish train has been given 25 years worth of free rail travel . The unscheduled arrival happened on the 15:05 local time A doctor and two nurses who were on the train at the time, helped to deliver the baby on board. The mother and newborn were taken to hospital after

Irish Rail has said it will give 25 years free travel to the baby girl born on the Galway to Dublin train on Tuesday afternoon. "We wish mother and baby well, and respecting her privacy would be delighted to arrange for free travel for her new daughter throughout her childhood and up to age 25

Although Dr Alan Devine, who admitted he was watching the series Chernobyl on his phone when he realised what was happening admitted he was “terrified”.

Dr Devine, who is from Donegal, said he was on his way to a conference when the train suddenly came to a halt in Kildare.

When he asked a fellow passenger why the train had stopped he immediately rushed to help.

But when he got there the woman was already being helped by three women- an American nurse, an Irish nurse in her 20s and another woman who rang the ambulance.

Dr Devine told Morning Ireland: ‘I just said, ‘Hi Guys, I’m a GP, I just heard what’s going on. Do you need a bit of help?’ And they were happy to have an extra pair of hands.’

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Irish Rail announced they are going to give 25 years free travel to the little baby girl who was born on the Galway to Dublin train on Tuesday "We wish mother and baby well, and respecting her privacy would be delighted to arrange for free travel for her new daughter throughout her childhood

Irish Rail chiefs today said travel is free for kids under five , but they are "offering the baby another 20 years til age 25 and will be hoping to help mom "With a baby being born on a train you're worried about how clean the environment is and so on but the mum did so well. I've seen how painful it looks

He said the only equipment he had was a pair of plastic gloves from the dinner lady.

‘It was a key moment when the baby came out, it took a couple of seconds but she finally let out a big cry and so we knew everything was okay,’ he said.

Thankfully, the ambulance crew arrived almost immediately after the delivery to take the mother and baby to the Coombe Hospital.

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Irish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years
Irish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years
Irish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years
Irish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years
Irish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years
Irish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years
Irish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years
Irish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years
Irish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years
Irish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years
Irish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years
Irish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years
Irish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years
Irish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years
Irish Rail giving baby girl born on train free travel for 25 years

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