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Rushed to hospital

CARL58 Member Posts: 178 Courageous
Hi am cal58 friend and helper he was rushed into hospital late last night had 3 gran Mel seizures one after the other we couldn't bring him around he's poorly but reasonably stable I blame the assessment form for all of this I've never seen him so poorly he has so many problems is this the way our country wants to treat our Ill and disabled  then it's a discrace anything happens to him then I'll fight them all the way to my last breathe where becoming a third world country he never asked to be ill or disabled.we should be looking after them not persecuting seeing him later today not sure if I was allowed to use his name but I'm so angry with the injustice our disabled people get from jen



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