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Ms Dhu inquest: emergency doctor thought her 'a little bit attention-seeking' | Australia news | The Guardian

27.11.15

Ms Dhu inquest: emergency doctor thought her 'a little bit attention-seeking' | Australia news | The Guardian: Dhu, a 22-year-old Yamatji woman, whose name is not used at her family’s request, died on 4 August 2014, after an infection around a broken rib spread into staphylococcal septicaemia and pneumonia caused her to collapse in advanced septic shock.

She was arrested in Port Hedland, 16,000km north of Perth, Western Australia, on the afternoon of 2 August 2014, over $3,622 in unpaid fines and was expected to be held for about four days to “cut out” those fines as jail time.


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