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The 25-year-old woman who went to the emergency room complaining of chest pain and shortness of breath, and died shortly after leaving to find help elsewhere, because of the long wait, her relatives say. Tashonna District, and was pronounced dead at Froedtert Hospital on Jan. 2, after her sister, ” she said, and she sank down to the ground on the way to urgent care. She had been complaining about the over-crowded emergency room on Facebook several times.
“Idk what to do about the emergency call system freodert (sic), but they damn sure need to find something to do,” she wrote at around 7:35 a.m., according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. “I’ve been starting at 4:30 p.m., for the shortness of breath and pain in the chest, and for them to say that it’s a two-to SIX-hour wait to see a dr.”
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A cousin told the news outlet that the Ward sister, picked her up from the hospital before they stopped at their mother’s house to get an insurance card before you go to an urgent care clinic. The hospital, known as Ward ” s cell phone to check on her status, but her sister told me that she had fallen down and was put in an ambulance and on the way back.
According to a report from the medical examiner, Ward came back to the hospital via ambulance at 9:07 pm, and it was not responding. She was later pronounced dead.
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While the medical examiner has not determined a cause of death, as the Area has a history of an enlarged heart, which was discovered in March after they gave birth to a baby who died when the umbilical cord is around the neck. The report notes that a chest x-ray revealed cardiomegaly, but the triage staff, said the heart appeared normal.
“The family is in our thoughts and have our deepest sympathy,” a hospital spokesman told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, in a statement. “We cannot comment further at this time.”
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