“The baby can’t live, there’s nothing that can be done to change that. We wanted her, we still want her, we love her, we wish she could survive, but she won’t. And not only are we in a spot when we’re losing a daughter that we wanted, but the hospital is also prolonging Andrea’s exposure to risk,” he adds.
Their only hope is an emergency medical evacuation to the UK – paid for by their travel insurance.
In 2017, another tourist had to be evacuated to France to have an emergency termination. But for Maltese women this is not option.Fears for US woman’s life as abortion denied in Malta – BBC News