Two Birth Related Deaths - Moms Die in California

Not sure if this was posted yet or not but I came across it today while reading the news.

http://gma.yahoo.com/two-childbirth-related-death…

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8Theresa GouldChicago, Illinois
    01/23/14
    Kayla DeLeon
    oh no how sad =(
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      01/23/14
      Wow, That's very sad!
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        01/23/14
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        01/23/14
        8Theresa Gould
        I know I was thinking the same thing because if it's something the hospital is doing or not doing....that's scary. I actually thought of the late 1800's-early 1900's before doctors and hospitals discovered the need to wash their hands between patients...silly or what?
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          01/23/14
          4Terri Morrow-Raasch
          So very sad! Thoughts & prayers to family and friends.
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            01/23/14
            5Natasha Raisor
            My heart breaks for both of those families! From reading the article it seems as though neither death could have been prevented. With as marvelous as medicine is today, sometimes things just happen that are beyond our control. An amniotic-fluid embolism is so rare its not even a discussed complication but does happen. When it our time to go home, its our time to go home. I pray these families are given comfort at this dark hour.
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              01/24/14
              9Michelle Fritch
              Wow this is really sad.
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                01/26/14
                Thats so sad. My heart is with each of those familes. May the lord help them.
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                ***Baby Team Leader Moms.com*** I have been married for over 20 years. My husband and I have eight children ages 18 down to 4 years old. We use to live in Chicago but now live in Canada. I own www.FaithandFamilyReviews.com.