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South Dakota tribe: Storm deaths 'could have been prevented'

Summary by Ground News
A 12-year-old asthmatic boy was among six people who died on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in South Dakota during the storm. The tribe says all of the deaths could have been prevented were it not for systemic failures and a lack of timely help. Targets of the frustration include Republican Gov. Kristi Noem, the U.S. Congress, the Indian Health Service and even the tribe itself.
Published 5 months ago

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