This case involves a patient in Mississippi who went into labor and had a cesarean section. This was patient’s 4th pregnancy, and she had undergone another successful cesarean section previously. During the cesarean section, scar tissue was encountered and caused significant bleeding. The baby’s head was low in the pelvis, and was delivered after several trials, after the uterine incision was extended. After delivery, the baby was under respiratory distress due to a decrease in blood volume with poor oxygen carrying capacity. The infant had lost significant blood during delivery due to adhesion, and died shortly after delivery.