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so if you die from hospital-acquired bug its an accident?

there must be 1000's of accidents in hospitals


She looks a lovely lady and I am sorry for her relatives.

My wife has dementia and I hope that she can die peacefully of something else before she loses all quality of life.

Perhaps in time this ladies family will feel that what has happened has saved her, and them, from something worse.


Once again another HUMAN BEING being overlooked..who the he'll are employing these "it's only a job" people? This was someone's mom, wife, sister? THREE falls man!!!!!!


Sorry to hear about Mrs Reeves, but the people who own and run these home are in it for one thing CASH, not care and let's face it if you pay peanuts you get monkeys (not all of them) I am not condoning what happened in a million years, but to earn some kind of living the carers have to do 12 hour shifts, they are paid minimum wage, and no extra for weekend work (the private ones) although that should not count at the end of the day the lady was a human being. The old fashioned carers have disappeared like in the hospitals, the one's who did actually care, and if it's not a "nursing" home there is no legal limit's to how many carers you have got to have on a shift per so many people, that's why our father got moved, he wasn't getting "adequate" attention or care. "they hadn't got the staff" !

Mrs Ivy Trellis

87 Year-Old Dead, and everything 'Beautifully Typed!' Has a 'Risk Assessment' been prepared for the Coronor's Court? - Or are we 'Trolling' down the route of there are 'No Accidents! - Someone is to Blame!'

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