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Posted: 04/18/2013 6:39 PM | Comments: 0
The parents of 10-year-old Ashuza Halisi have accepted an apology from the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority for the death of their daughter.
Ephemie Nyelele and Willy Halisi had demanded the apology and a clear explanation why their daughter died.
Ashuza died after receiving day surgery March 11 at the Maples Surgical Centre.
Nyelele and Halisi said in a written statement that they met today with the WRHA, Maples Surgical Centre, and the surgeon who operated on their daughter.
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