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L'Echelle Head, Abortion Death
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L’Echelle Head, age 21, died October 11, 2000, after an abortion at Dayton Women's Health Services.

Dayton Right to Life said that L'Echelle was pronounced dead at Samaritan Hospital after she'd been sent home from the clinic.

Police had been called to a private residence to investigate the report of an unresponisve 21-year-old woman shortly after 6 p.m.

L'Echelle's obituary indicates that she left behind a daughter, her parents, and three sisters.

Peggy Lehner of Dayton Right to Life said, "The final results of the autopsy are still pending. From early indications it appeas she suffered some sort of blood clot or embolism."

Dayton Women's Health Services had been caught operating without a license in 1999. It was inspected on October 27, 1999, to see if a license should be granted. Inspectors found rusty instruments, improperly-marked medications, and a failure to follow sterile technique. The clinic administrators were told they'd have to correct the problems to get a license.

The clinic got the license after getting a waiver regarding follow-up care for patients.


Sources: "Woman Dies After Abortion in Dayton, Ohio," CDR Radio Network, reported by Pro-Life Info-Net October 22, 2000; "Dayton Right To Life Calls for Investigation into Local Woman’s Death," press release, October 16, 2000

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