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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, March 6, 2007
Shift Start:Shift End:
11:45 AM3:30 PM
  CONFIRMED SAVE; Donna Lampkin:

At about 2:50 pm, a Caucasian gentleman in a white car with Pawnee County, KS, tags left the Tiller parking lot alone, leaving the lady who came in with him inside Tiller's facility.

It is common for the people who bring someone in for an abortion, to leave, and then to come back later to pick them up after the abortion is completed. So, Donna thought nothing of it …she simply noted on her log that the vehicle had left.

However, about 20 minutes later, near the end of Donna's shift, as she was packing up her things at about 3:10 pm, a distressed young lady pedestrian unexpectedly came walking out of Tiller's parking lot. She approached Donna at the gate and asked Donna for help.

She explained that she and her boyfriend, who are both college students, had an argument inside. When she told her boyfriend that she could not go through with the scheduled abortion, he got mad and left …leaving her stranded at Tiller's.

She had a cell phone, and had called her boyfriend, asking him to come back to get her. Unfortunately, he would come and get her ONLY upon the condition that she have the abortion first! No abortion - no ride back home!

Having no success with the father of her unborn child, the lady had also called someone else in her home town of Larned, Kansas, asking them to come and get her.

However, since she was not having the abortion, she was NOT welcome to wait in Tiller's waiting room for the ride from Larned, KS, to come and get her. Consequently, she had no where to wait, and no address at which to meet the person who was coming to get her.

As Donna was talking to this young lady, who was pregnant enough that she had a "pouch" as Donna described it, the last person at Choices Medical Clinic was leaving for the day, and was in the process of locking the doors.

Donna begged her to re-open the clinic, which she did, and the young lady was able to wait at Choices Medical Clinic for her ride to come from Larned, Kansas.

(This is an almost identical situation that Sage Elizabeth's Mom was in, on December 2, 2004. See "The Sage Elizabeth Story" on the KCFL web-site at: www.kcfl.net. A link is on the bottom of the home page.)

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