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The KANSAS COALITION FOR LIFE, Project Love, Prayer, and Persistent Political Action
5575 South Mosley Street, Wichita, KS 67216-3631      PHONE: (316) 522-8866      FAX: (316) 522-8833
INCIDENT REPORT:        Donna Lampkin
Tuesday, August 29, 2006
Shift Start:Shift End:
11:45 AM3:30 PM

In the early afternoon, a white car, (tags unknown) came into Tiller's parking lot with what appeared to be a pregnant teen-aged girl and her mother.

Donna tried to give them literature at the gate, but was unable to do so. Donna also attempted to speak to them as they got out of their vehicle, encouraging them to go to Choice Medical Clinic. The daughter seemed receptive, but the mother did not.

After being in Tiller's building for about 15 minutes, they came out. On their way out of Tiller's parking lot, the mother, who had a mad look on her face, gave Donna the "one-finger-salute" in a rude manner, but the daughter was smiling.

They went directly from Tiller's parking lot, to Choices Medical Clinic, and stayed in over an hour.

Donna did not attempt to talk to them when they exited Choices, because of the obvious tension between the mother and daughter, but feels that if she had been able to talk to the daughter, that this would have been counted as a confirmed save.


Two young Hispanic Ladies, in an SUV with Sedgwick County, KS Tags, and children in the back seat, came slowly down Bleckley Street, acting as if they did not know where to turn. One was pregnant and the other was not.

Donna stopped them, and tried to direct them to Choices Medical Clinic, but as she was in the process of doing so, Tiller's Security Guard, Carl Swinney, came running out blowing his police whistle.

The police whistle scared the girls, and when Carl directed them into Tiller's, they obeyed his command. However, Donna continued communicating with them, telling them not to listen to Carl, and that better help was available at Choices Medical Clinic.

When they parked their vehicle, one girl stayed in the vehicle with the children, while the pregnant one went into Tiller's building. She stayed in only about 10 minutes, then came out, and went directly to Choices Medical Clinic.

Both young ladies and the children went into Choices Medical Clinic with Donna Lampkin, and remained there throughout the remaining time of Donna's shift.

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