Paragraphs 25 through 28 read: “Her mother, who had kept a vigil at her bedside along with her father Hakim, became her closest support when she was discharged a month later. Mrs Skalli slept in the same room as her daughter to comfort her.”
Last paragraph reads: ” Hansen had been a normal teenager growing up but was diagnosed in 1996 of having schizophrenia. He had recently started a new medication to help with depression. Hansens family feels the police need to have better plans in place for these situations.
Paragraph 16 reads: “Thankfully, the Obama administration issued an immediate stay on Tuesday to stop pending rules, many of which included preemption language. This stay will allow people like Kimberly Gueldenzoph of Lambertville, Michigan, to receive justice. Her daughter Kenndyl died from complications arising from a congenital heart defect Kimberly believes was caused by taking Paxil during part of her pregnancy. Neither Kimberly nor her doctor knew that taking Paxil during pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of birth defects, but the manufacturer of Paxil, GlaxoSmithKline (“GSK”) did. Kenndyl was just two weeks old.”
Paragraph 3 reads: “He heard that she had been at a family celebration following news that her brother had a new job and had drunk a few glasses of wine during the evening. Last 4 paragraph’s read: “Mr Thomas told Hatfield Coroner’s Court last Wednesday: “We have got quite a high alcohol level with therapeutic levels of the antidepressants and sleeping tablets.
Paragraph 2 reads: “Susan Storey returned home early from a shopping trip on June 23 and found 51-year-old husband Mark’s body, which was still warm to the touch.”