Friday, August 12, 2005

Another sad anniversary

Sara Franki Lint, a 22-year-old coed, submitted to an abortion at San Vicente Hospital in Los Angeles, California, on August 11, 1970. Adolpho Zlotolow, who operated San Vicente (an abortion facility) said that Sara went into ventricular fibrillation soon after the abortion was initiated by either Albert Kapstrom or Milton Gotlib.

The technique being used on Sara, hysterotomy, was one with a known high maternal mortality rate. San Vicente staff treated Sara for an hour before transferring her to Midway Hospital down the street, where she died at 4:57am on August 12. The autopsy found yellow fluid in Sara's heart, frothy tan fluid in her lungs, and a seven-inch male fetus in Sara's uterus.

Sixteen-year-old Natalie Meyers had died two years early after an abortion at San Vicente. Other women and girls who lost their lives from safe and legal abortions at San Vicente include Mary Pena (1984) and Joyce Ortenzio (1988). San Vicente was acquired by the notorious National Abortion Federation member Family Practice Associates Medical Group.

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