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Girl's parents accept WRHA's apology

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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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.

Willy Halisi holds a photo of his daughter Ashuza, who died after receiving day surgery at the Maples Surgical Centre.

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Willy Halisi holds a photo of his daughter Ashuza, who died after receiving day surgery at the Maples Surgical Centre. Purchase Photo Print

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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