Georgia Mother Sues Hospital After Baby Was Decapitated In 'Negligent' Delivery -- And Doctor Horrifically Hid It!
10.08.2023 - 21:03
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Out of all the tragic and vile stories we’ve covered, this one unfortunately sticks out in an all-too-heartbreaking way. We cannot stress this enough for anyone reading…
An expectant mother left a Georgia delivery room without her baby last month — and she says the hospital is to blame. According to legal documents filed in Clayton County, 20-year-old Jessica Ross went to Riverdale’s Southern Regional Medical Center to deliver her baby after her water broke at around 10:00 a.m. on July 9. By nearly 9:00 p.m. that evening, the young mother was fully dilated and instructed by her physician, Dr. Tracey St. Julian, M.D., to begin pushing.
All routine… until it wasn’t.
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According to the lawsuit, St. Julian “attempted to deliver the baby vaginally using different methods including applying traction to the baby’s head.” However, during the delivery, “the baby did not properly descend due to shoulder dystocia” — which happens when an infant’s shoulders become stuck in the vaginal canal, as cited by the legal docs. Combined with the allegedly “excessive traction,” well…
The shocking result was the infant was decapitated during the delivery. How utterly devastating.
The complaint states that St. Julian “failed to practice according to medical standards” when attempting to deliver the child, allegedly resulting in the boy’s decapitation. The legal filings allege:
We truly have no words. What a completely heartbreaking and gruesome situation.
After failing to deliver the baby’s remains, St. Julian reportedly initiated a Cesarean at approximately 11:49 p.m. which led to the child’s body and legs being delivered at 12:11 a.m., while