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Date Posted: 15:55:56 09/05/05 Mon
Author: Jean
Subject: I think...
In reply to: Chuck in ND 's message, "During the floods of '97" on 08:47:22 09/05/05 Mon

In N.O. many in the nursing homes from my understanding were not even given a choice. I think they were simply not evacuated and with many being bedridden could not leave on their own.
If that is true I think lawsuits would be a good thing!
Leaving them there traped and all with no way out they couldnt make the choice themselves.

How very sad our elderly have to suffer so.
Their last years should be sofe and easy.


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