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Shrewsbury hospital: Man's bed death was avoidable, says coroner

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Max Dingle, 83, of Newtown, Powys, died at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital. Initial post-mortem gave the cause of death as heart disease. But a second examination found entrapment and asphyxiation to be the cause. Coroner: "Based on all the evidence, Mr Dingle's death was an avoidable accident"
4 months ago·Shrewsbury, United Kingdom

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