Hospital 'failed' London woman who lost baby

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A woman who lost her baby in the late stages of pregnancy has criticised the treatment she received at a hospital.

Kelly Manning, 27, of Thornton Heath, south London, who developed diabetes during pregnancy, claims she was not treated for the condition early enough.

She also said that staff at the Croydon University Hospital suspected her baby had died, but sent her home because the right equipment was not available.

The hospital said an inquiry had just begun and it was waiting for details.

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