Three charged over death of Irish woman who had abortion in London

Doctor and two nurses accused of ‘manslaughter by gross negligence’ in UK

Scotland Yard said the doctor and two nurses have each been charged with “manslaughter by gross negligence and failing to take reasonable care of other persons who may be affected by acts or omissions at work”

Scotland Yard said the doctor and two nurses have each been charged with “manslaughter by gross negligence and failing to take reasonable care of other persons who may be affected by acts or omissions at work”

 

A doctor and two nurses have been charged with the manslaughter of a woman from Ireland who had an abortion in London.

Dr Adedayo Adedeji (62), Gemma Pullen (31), and Margaret Miller (54), are to appear at Ealing magistrates’ court in west London on June 19th.

Scotland Yard said they have each been charged with “manslaughter by gross negligence and failing to take reasonable care of other persons who may be affected by acts or omissions at work” contrary to Section 7 and 33 Health and Safety Act 1974.

The 32-year-old woman from Ireland had an abortion at a clinic in Ealing, west London, in January 2012. PA