I am just pulling a copy of the complaint in this case just filed in Sacramento Superior Court. Gloria Woods was in an auto accident on April 30 and is in critical condition at the UC-Davis Medical Center. The family was soon "contacted by Sierra Donor Services and advised that Department of Motor Vehicle records indicated that Gloria Woods was an organ donor." At that time Sierra Donor Services inquired of plaintiffs when they would be able to harvest Gloria Woods' organs. Plaintiffs responded that Gloria Woods was still alive.
"Thereafter, Sierra Donor Services contacted plaintiff again and advised that it had the right to make the decision to remove Gloria Woods from life support and then to harvest the organs of Gloria Woods in light of the Department of Motor Vehicle records."
The family seeks a restraining order and injunction against Sierra and the UC-Davis Hospital, preventing them from removing Gloria from life support and from harvesting her organs. They claim, quite reasonably, that "irreparable injury would result" if her organs are harvested.