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City sued over son's death

A couple is suing their city for emergency response teams failing to attend their son in due time after he fitted on the front lawn of his house. He died the next day from complications of his seizure and cardiac inflammation when an ambulance arrived on the scene 11 minutes after the 911 call was made. The victim was known to have juvenile myoclonic epilepsy for which he was receiving treatment.

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About: City sued over son's death

Date: 17 July 2005

Source: Missourian

Author: Derek Kravitz

URL: http://columbiamissourian.com/news/story.php?ID=14890

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