Posts Tagged ‘Denton County’

 

Frisco Kindergartener’s Choking Death May be Attributed to Oxygen Tank’s Malfunction

The autopsy of five-year-old Meaghan Levy has revealed what caused the kindergartener’s death last December, according to WFAA News. Meaghan was attending kindergarten in Frisco when she choked on a pushpin, resulting in asphyxiation. Teachers and administrators tried CPR, the Heimlich maneuver, and using an oxygen tank to save the girl’s life. However, while these […]

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Plano Doctor Suspended; Patient Seeks Damages

Two patients are dead. 38 mistakes were made in another patient, Mary Efurd, leaving her nearly paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair. These are the events – over a two and a half year period – that caused the suspension of Christopher Duntsch’s medical license, a doctor who operated out of Plano, Texas, citing an […]

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Domino’s Pizza to Pay 32 Million to Crash Victims’ Family

Domino’s Pizza is being held ‘partially responsible’ for a crash involving a delivery driver in Beaumont, Texas, with the jury awarding 32 million to the family of the victims last month. The accident, which was determined to be caused by the delivery driver’s worn tires and speeding, killed 65-year-old Ruth Christopher and permanently disabled her […]

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Pit Bulls Attack Teenage Boys In Midland-Odessa

Earlier this week, two teenage boys were attacked by a pair of pit bulls in Monahans, Texas, outside of Midland-Odessa – an attack that required surgery for one of the victims, 13-year-old Joshua Gomez. Gomez was walking to school when he was attacked by the dogs, and was then dragged to an alley. A witness […]

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