Denver inmate gave birth in her jail cell after authorities refused her requests to be taken to a doctor’s facility.

Diana Sanchez, 26, brought forth a child kid on July 31 without any genuine medicinal treatment until after her child was conceived, and that was to her indescribable feeling but that didn’t hurt her as much as nobody cared about her.

“The pain is indescribable and what hurts me more though is that fact that nobody cared,Sanchez said.

The Denver Sheriff’s Department and Denver Health Medical Center are investigating to see if jail employees neglected to get Sanchez opportune medicinal treatment. The Denver Sheriff Department said the mother had been in care since July 14 for charges identified with wholesale fraud.

Sanchez said she repeartedly told deputies she was in labor for hours but couldn’t motivate anybody to consider her important, nor taken her seriously.

“It’s very upsetting because now when my son grows up I’m going to have to tell him (how he was born) and it’s embarrassing,” said Sanchez. “I just feel so disappointed, so let down.”

The mother started feeling contractions around 5 a.m. July 31 and asked for help, she said.

In an internant document written by deputies, seem to stick the fault on medical caretakers, who are workers of Denver Health positioned at the Denver County Jail on Smith Road. One deputy wrote that at 9 :43 a.m. July 31, Sanchez’s water broke and she was screaming in pain.

The baby was born at 10 :44 a.m., just one hour later.

In the staff report, the delegate reacted that Sanchez was just planned to pass by “Scout Van and that’s after book ins are completed by the Corridor Officers.”

“I was screaming, ‘Can you please get the nurse? I`m in a lot of pain’,” Sanchez remembers saying. “Then I told her, ‘Look, my water broke, my water broke.'”

One deputy wrote that Sanchez screamed, “The baby is coming” and afterward could be seen “Holding her baby with one hand, and it appeared the baby’s feet and ankles were just then becoming visible.”

At 10 : 45 a.m. a nurse called an ambulance and also called the Denver Fire Department to assist with cutting the baby’s umbilical cord.

“They put my son’s life at risk. Like at least him, he deserves a chance, you know,” said Sanchez. “When I got at the hospital (doctors) said I could have bled to death.”

Calderon used to work the city Jail Re-Entry program for guilty parties going to be discharged and said the sheriff division and the medical attendants it contracts fizzled Sanchez.

“I would hold the leaders accountable in terms of looking at why this happened in the first place, especially after they told us they fixed many of these problems,” said Calderon.

A representative for Denver Health said the medicinal focus is likewise leading an interior examination since it utilizes the attendants who numerous agents say were unconcerned with a detainee in clear work.
“Denver Health provides high quality medical care to thousands of inmates every year,” the medical center said in a statement.
“Our patients are our number one priority and we make every effort to ensure they receive the proper care. We are aware of circumstances that took place at the Denver County Jail.
“Denver Health promptly began an investigation and continues to examine the circumstances of what took place.”
“I still have nightmares about it. It just breaks my heart how helpless I felt,” said Sanchez.
Representatives for the sheriff and Denver Health say their inside examinations won’t take long and they may have the capacity to discharge their discoveries in the following week or two.