A student who plunged to his death from a balcony in south London is believed to have been high on hallucinogenic drugs used by Mexican shamans, an inquest heard. Tianhong Tang, a medical student at St George's University of London, swung his legs ... Huffington Post UK, 1 week ago
Student Tianhong Tang 'High On Shaman Drug' Plunged To Death From Balcony - Huffington Post UK, 1 week ago
In the emergency and recovery of the June 2013 floods, Albertans displayed remarkable acts of bravery, resilience and compassion. The Alberta Heroes of the Flood program was created to recognize those who went above and beyond to help family, ...Government of Alberta, 2 weeks ago
A two-year-old boy who died of a brain tumour may have survived if doctors had spotted it, a coroner has ruled. Max Earley died after a series of blunders meant his brain tumour went undiagnosed for several weeks and ultimately killed him. An ...Sky News, 1 month ago Brain Tumour Missed By Doctors Kills Boy Sky News, 1 month ago Doctors' errors led to boy's death BBC, 1 month ago Tumour boy 'may have been saved' MSN UK, 1 month ago
:52 An inquest has heard horrific details of Dr Katherine Giles' death after she her bicycle was pulled under the wheels of a tipper truck near to Victoria Station Scene of the crash that killed Dr Katherine Giles in SW1 A gifted ...GetWestLondon, 1 month ago
Viewd by: 22 Not rated yet Katharine Giles's wrecked bicycle after the Victoria crash 5 January 2014 Evening Standard/London A coroner warned cyclists about the danger of riding up the inside of HGVs after hearing how a brilliant young ...Gulf Times, 2 months ago
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