In the Irish Independent see "Court orders transfusion for Witness." It's about the 9th article down. When you reach there, also look to the right hand side of the page for another article entitled "Adherence to belief and choice of the individual." I must warn you, however, that to view these articles will require registering.
JW Teen To Get Blood Transfusion
The heading to this story mentions a Jehovah's Witness student and I took that to mean she was a student in school. But after registering and reading the entire story, that is not the case. She is a woman, married to a JW, but studying with JWs. She was due to have a liver transplant and at first refused blood transfusions, but later fudged on the issue expressing doubts to doctors and her husband. Undecided, she went into a coma. So the family took it to court, wherein the transfusion was ordered. Interestingly, a JW spokesman said that if she took the blood she would still be welcome to join them. Although it violates Bible law, each individual must decide the matter for himself. I wonder if this would hold true, however, if she were a baptized, bonafide JW?