Jennifer Vickery, age 26, is one of the women who stepped forward afer news broke of a woman who nearly died when a nurse at Summit Medical Center of Alabama tried to abort her term pregnancy with a dose of RU-486. When Jennifer learned of the woman's case, "I was scared for my life. I was at a loss for words. It was crazy." At the time, Jennifer was running a fever after complications of a surgical abortion she'd undergone at Summit on May 4. She had a follow-up appointment scheduled. Should she keep it? But the clinic was shut down. Jennifer said that she'd been rushed into the abortion. An ultrasound had been performed, and she was told she was 8 weeks pregnant. "They rushed me back so quick and started giving me medication, and I didn't have time to think about it. I didn't feel like I had time to think about nothing. When I got there, they had me start filling out papers. They said, `We want you to do it today, because we have a doctor here.'" Summit is the National Abortion Federation member clinic where Malachy Dehenre (pictured) performed the fatal abortion on Leigh Ann Alford.