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  • How the closing of small, rural hospitals is contributing to a bigger maternal health crisis 

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Pregnant mom died while bringing attention to Native American maternal mortality

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Stephanie Snook was pregnant with twins when she agreed to be part of an NBC News documentary about high rates of maternal and infant mortality in the American Indian and Alaska Native community. Days before filming, Stephanie was rushed to the hospital, where she and her babies later died. NBC retraces her steps and tries to figure out what went wrong.