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Sub-Area Description: Maternity and Children's
Topic Started: Apr 23 2013, 02:03 AM (281 Views)
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Sub-Area: Maternity and Children's
Description: The third floor is the children’s and maternity floor. Empty baby cribs fill one room, and there are several chairs with stirrups. Deflated “It’s a girl” balloons are the only point of color in a drab waiting room. Plastic toy soldiers and dolls cover the floor of the children’s rooms. The beds have sheets with cartoons on them. Drawings in crayon and marker are proudly displayed.
Status: OPEN
Assigned Staff: Ruggahissy
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Body of Jason Meyers shot twice, once in the head.


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