Hospital staff questioned over Limerick man’s death

first_imgAdvertisement Facebook Gardaí appeal for witnesses to serious Road Traffic Collision in County Limerick TAGSappealcoronerGarda investigationinquestJohn McNamaramedical recordsMichael DalyUHL Linkedin New appeal for information on Gussie Shanahan’s death Gardaí looking to locate missing Limerick man RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Print Local photographer appeals for information on missing equipmentcenter_img WhatsApp DETECTIVES have questioned staff at University Hospital Limerick (UHL) as part of an investigation into a patient’s death in 2010.In 2012, an inquest into the death of Michael Daly (66) of Lee Estate in Limerick City found that he died of cardiac failure due to natural causes.However his family disputed this and have appealed the verdict. They found that two potentially significant documents were missing from their father’s medical records while he was at UHL.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The UL Hospitals group described this as an ‘oversight’ but Limerick City coroner John McNamara ordered a second inquest into Mr Daly’s death.The Garda investigation will form part of the evidence that will be presented to the new inquest.See more news here Gardaí appeal for public help in tracing missing person Limerick teenager NewsHealthLimerickHospital staff questioned over Limerick man’s deathBy Editor – November 14, 2017 7237 Previous articleLimerick council publishes €158 million draft budgetNext articleLimerick regeneration brings new homes to St Mary’s Park Editor Twitter Christmas is coming and things are getting worse for some people Emaillast_img

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