Pregnant KZN woman bitten by snake at work

2022-01-18 11:22:00 PM

Pregnant KZN woman bitten by snake at work

Pregnant KZN woman bitten by snake at work

A 28-year-old pregnant woman was rushed to hospital on Friday after being bitten by a snake at an office in Himeville, KwaZulu-Natal.

When they arrived, they found she had sustained a bite from a ringhals on her right hand.“Reports from the scene indicate that the patient was in her office when she got up to go to the bathroom and found the snake in the doorway.“While trying to escape through the door past the reptile, it struck the patient on the hand,” UEMS said in a statement.

Paramedics suspected the woman sustained a dry bite, but because she was 21 weeks pregnant she was transported to a Pietermaritzburg hospital for further care and monitoring.The snake was killed by employees on the property.

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When they arrived, they found she had sustained a bite from a ringhals on her right hand. “Reports from the scene indicate that the patient was in her office when she got up to go to the bathroom and found the snake in the doorway. “Reports from the scene indicate that the patient was in her office when she got up to go to the bathroom and found the snake in the doorway. “While trying to escape through the door past the reptile, it struck the patient on the hand,” UEMS said in a statement. He said the party should aim to be an effective opposition in areas where it lost power, instead of being a disruptive force. Paramedics suspected the woman sustained a dry bite, but because she was 21 weeks pregnant she was transported to a Pietermaritzburg hospital for further care and monitoring. Paramedics suspected the woman sustained a dry bite, but because she was 21 weeks pregnant she was transported to a Pietermaritzburg hospital for further care and monitoring. The snake was killed by employees on the property.

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