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Woman Dies from Legal Abortion

Posted in Abortion, abortion clinic safety, Abortion complication, Abortion death, Abortion injury, Abortion Regulation with tags , , , , , , , , on May 7, 2010 by saynsumthn

As far as the media and pro-choicers are concerned – This was just a “Woman” and not an abortion doctor- therefore her death will get little publicity. No step by step video reports of the trial- wait – probably no trial. You see, a woman dying from a legal abortion is simply not news (according to pro-choicers)

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Woman Dies While Undergoing Apparent Abortion

QUEENS (WPIX) – A woman reportedly died while undergoing a possible abortion at a health clinic located in the Jackson Heights section of Queens.

Emergency officials responded to A1 Medicine at 95-45 Roosevelt around 3:15 p.m. Monday.

A woman, believed to be in her 30’s, was reportedly bleeding heavily and rushed to Elmhurst Hospital Center where she was later pronounced dead.

The 30-year-old woman bled profusely after an artery was severed during the procedure Monday afternoon at A1 Medicine at 95-45 Roosevelt Avenue in Jackson Heights, sources tell 1010 WINS.

The woman was rushed to Elmhurst Hospital where she was pronounced dead.

An investigation into the incident is ongoing.

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UPDATED 1-27-2010

Detectives are investigating a Queens clinic where a 37-year-old woman was fatally injured while undergoing an abortion, officials said Tuesday.

Alexandra Nuñez began bleeding heavily during the procedure at A1 Medicine in Jackson Heights on Monday, officials said.

One of Nuñez’s arteries was inadvertently severed and she went into cardiac arrest, according to police sources.

She was taken to Elmhurst Hospital Center, where she died a short time later.

Detectives have interviewed the staff at the Roosevelt Ave. clinic, but no charges have been filed, police said.

“There is an investigation going forward,” said Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly, “but as of yet, there’s no indication of any criminality.”