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Woman Gets 'Home Detention' After Giving Teen Abortion Pill That Resulted in Baby's Death

In Dec. 2011, Sandra Craine, 62, plead guilty to reckless endangerment after she had provided a 16-year-old, girl who was 20 weeks pregnant with the abortion pill, inducing premature labor and resulting in the death of the baby.

Now Craine, of Elkton, Md., has been sentenced to six months home detention for providing RU-486. The Associated Press reports that taking the pill, which is not meant to be taken after 10 weeks into pregnancy, resulted in the birth of the baby an hour later and it ended up dying.

(Related: Two abortion doctors charged with murder after 35 late-term aborted babies found in freezer)

AP reports that the drug was ordered from oversees and was directed to have been administered under a doctor's supervision.

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