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Pregnant woman taken ill on West Ham train

17:09 18 February 2013

The pregnant woman was taken to Newham University Hospital.

The pregnant woman was taken to Newham University Hospital.

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Commuters were delayed travelling into work this morning after a pregnant woman was taken ill at West Ham.

Paramedics were called to West Ham station at 7.48am to reports of a patient unwell on a high-speed c2c sevice.

They treated the woman at the scene before she was taken to Newham University Hospital.

A c2c spokesperson said: “Trains were delayed for up to 15 minutes this morning, after a pregnant passenger was taken ill on a train at West Ham station.

“We apologise to anyone whose journey was disrupted during this incident.”

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