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Woman who gave birth in Alachua County jail seeks justice

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A local woman who gave birth in the Alachua County Jail last year is still fighting to have authorities recognize her claim that her medical needs were neglected. She had four C-sections before she gave vaginal birth in the jail. With her labor pains minutes apart, Kristin Reinhold says she had no choice but to call an ambulance herself. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Katiana Krawchenko reports.

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