(Reuters) – More than 2,200 fetal balances were recovered on Illinois property of a recently lost doctor who made abortion, Sheriff Will County's office said in a statement.
Family and attorney Ulrich Klopfer, who died on September 3, discovered 2,246 preserved fetal remains of medicine on Thursday while passing through the deceased's personal property and taking the local coroner's office to the notice, said sheriff's office.
“The family is co-operating fully with this investigation. There is no evidence that any medical procedures were carried out at the property, ”said the statement, issued Friday.
Will County be located about 45 miles (72 km) southwest of Chicago. The opinion of the County Sheriff and the Coroner's office could not be found immediately.
The coroner's office transferred the remains and the investigation is ongoing.
Klopfer made abortion for years at three clinics in Indiana. The medical board of that state revoked its medical license in 2016 to breach documentation requirements and without exercising reasonable care, the South Bend Tribune reported at that time.
Reporting by Gabriella Borter; Edited by Leslie Adler
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