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Undiagnosed ruptured intestine after car accident kills woman one week later

A week after being involved in an accident a woman went to the hospital complaining of abdominal pain. Surgery failed to curb the infection caused by an intestinal rupture which was undiagnosed by emergency when she was treated after the accident.

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About: Undiagnosed ruptured intestine after car accident kills woman one week later

Date: 23 May 2004

Source: The Advertiser

Author: The Associated Press

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