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Girl dies from epileptic seizure at nursing home

A family is considering further legal action against a nursing home after their daughter died from an epileptic fight while in the bath. Allegedly, she had been given someone else’s medication and had not had her anti-epileptic drugs. The 27 year old woman was living in a home because she had a mild intellectual disability.

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About: Girl dies from epileptic seizure at nursing home

Date: 4 November 2004

Source: SMH

Author: Geesche Jacobsen


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