Mother Angela Costa Cries at Coroner's Court
In an immensely shocking disclosure, it has been revealed recently that the distressed mum of a preschool kid who died at a hospital in Sydney has carried a river ahead of a coroner during the proceedings of a hearing being conducted into the case. The cause of her deep regret was that the mother was informed during the inquest that there was nothing in terms of failings in the medical care of her daughter.
While expressing her deep remorse and regret with an ocean full of tears in her eyes, Angela Costa cried today in Glebe outside the Coroner's Court: “I lost my daughter, I lost my home, I lost my marriage, and I lost everything”.
Her ex-husband Stephen Costa, as revealed to the court, warned the parents of the baby to take their ailing youngsters quickly to a children's hospital, but instead they preferred other emergency departments.
He added in her statement, “Save you six or seven hours of politics. For no reason ... our daughter may still be here today had we taken that decision”.
In addition, it was claimed that Chanel Costa, the four-year-old died at Children's Hospital in Randwick, Sydney, on the 18th of July, 2008. She was rushed to Nepean Hospital following degradation in her body temperature of 39.5 degrees due to which she was suffering seizures.
Her condition waned out and she was later shifted to the Randwick hospital as the Westmead Children's Hospital was short of beds at its intensive care unit.
In addition, Carmel Forbes, the Deputy State Coroner, has revealed that Chanel suffered death due to cerebral oedema, also known as swelling in the human brain, which was apparently caused due to natural causes.
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