An indigenous woman gave birth on a Mexican hospital lawn earlier this month after being denied help inside the clinic in a story making global headlines.
Her newborn still bound by the umbilical cord and lying on the ground, the shocking image has horrified millions because of where and how it took place.
The woman had been refused help inside the medical clinic right before this occurred, which struck a nerve in a country where inequity is still pervasive.
The mother, Irma Lopez, 29, said she was turned away by a nurse who said that she was only eight months pregnant and "still not ready" to deliver.
The nurse told her to go outside and walk, and said a doctor could check her in the morning, Lopez said. But an hour and a half later, her water broke.
Lopez gave birth to a son while grabbing the wall of a house next to the clinic.