Verdict Due In Savita Halappanavar Inquest : News Photo

Verdict Due In Savita Halappanavar Inquest

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GALWAY, IRELAND - APRIL 19: Tony Canavan, chief operating officer at the Galway/Roscommon Hospital Group makes a statement on behalf of the HSE (Health Services Executive) outside Galway City Hall, as the jury in the Savita Halappanavar inquest returned a unanimous verdict of death by medical misadventure against the HSE (Health Services Executive) on April 19, 2013 in Galway, Ireland. The jury heard that Mrs Halappanavar would probably still be alive today if the law had allowed an abortion. Savita Halappanavar was 17 weeks pregnant when admitted to University Hospital Galway on October 21, 2012, with an inevitable miscarriage. The 31 year old died a week later in intensive care from multi-organ failure from septic shock and E.coli, four days after she delivered a dead foetus. (Photo by Clodagh Kilcoyne/Getty Images)
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GALWAY, IRELAND - APRIL 19: Tony Canavan, chief operating officer at the Galway/Roscommon Hospital Group makes a statement on behalf of the HSE (Health Services Executive) outside Galway City Hall, as the jury in the Savita Halappanavar inquest returned a unanimous verdict of death by medical misadventure against the HSE (Health Services Executive) on April 19, 2013 in Galway, Ireland. The jury heard that Mrs Halappanavar would probably still be alive today if the law had allowed an abortion. Savita Halappanavar was 17 weeks pregnant when admitted to University Hospital Galway on October 21, 2012, with an inevitable miscarriage. The 31 year old died a week later in intensive care from multi-organ failure from septic shock and E.coli, four days after she delivered a dead foetus. (Photo by Clodagh Kilcoyne/Getty Images)
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Tony Canavan chief operating officer at the Galway/Roscommon Hospital... News Photo 167002233COO,Death,Galway,Healthcare And Medicine,Horizontal,Human Interest,Inquest,Ireland,Jury,Law,Organized Group,Return,Statement,UK,VerdictPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesGALWAY, IRELAND - APRIL 19: Tony Canavan, chief operating officer at the Galway/Roscommon Hospital Group makes a statement on behalf of the HSE (Health Services Executive) outside Galway City Hall, as the jury in the Savita Halappanavar inquest returned a unanimous verdict of death by medical misadventure against the HSE (Health Services Executive) on April 19, 2013 in Galway, Ireland. The jury heard that Mrs Halappanavar would probably still be alive today if the law had allowed an abortion. Savita Halappanavar was 17 weeks pregnant when admitted to University Hospital Galway on October 21, 2012, with an inevitable miscarriage. The 31 year old died a week later in intensive care from multi-organ failure from septic shock and E.coli, four days after she delivered a dead foetus. (Photo by Clodagh Kilcoyne/Getty Images)