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911 audio shows shock, panic after comatose woman gave birth

14 January 2019

Victim advocate Tasha Menaker, chief strategy officer of the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence, said it would be appropriate for police to run DNA tests on male employees at the facility.

Caller: "One of the patients just had a baby and we had no idea she was pregnant".

Within a few minutes, the nurse says the baby is breathing and crying.

"We had no idea this patient was pregnant", the nurse reiterated.

'We need help, please, ' a nurse yelled at the dispatcher, who tried to calm the nurse and get the address of the facility.

The publication says the papers date back to 2009 from an order that transferred guardianship of the woman from her biological father to her mother.

The panicked nurse at the Hacienda HealthCare facility tells the 911 dispatcher several times that the baby is a complete surprise because workers had no idea the woman was pregnant.

The paramedic asked if anyone was doing CPR and described how to do proper compressions with two fingers in the centre of the baby's chest.

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The facility specialises in providing around-the-clock care for infants, children and young adults with developmental disabilities or who are "medically fragile".

After the patient's delivery was revealed, the Arizona Department of Health Services said new safety measures have been implemented, including increased staff presence during any patient interaction, more monitoring of patient care areas and additional security measures involving visitors.

The notion that none of the woman's caregivers knew she was pregnant has drawn scepticism.

The mother, who had been in the facility for many years, and the baby are recovering, Phoenix police Sgt. Tommy Thompson announced this week.

The mother could actually lose weight in other places like her face or arms if a fetus is consuming nutrients, Huls added. "We're getting vitals from Mom right now". In addition to her severe milk shake addiction, she's a Netflix enthusiast, a red wine drinker, and a voracious reader. According to court documents, a doctor performed an external examination of the patient on April 16, and found "no change" in her health. "There may be changes to her body that are going to go undetected in a chronic care condition or at a facility like this".

It also remains unclear if anyone had noticed if the woman had stopped menstruating.

A lawyer for the woman's family meanwhile said they are "traumatized and in shock" by the "abuse and neglect" of their daughter but that "the baby boy has been born into a loving family and will be well cared for".

Phoenix police on Saturday were investigating reports of a sexual assault after a woman who has been hospitalised in a vegetative state for the past decade gave birth.

911 audio shows shock, panic after comatose woman gave birth