Terminally ill dr death to put own body on show
The man who died in October while waiting at a roadside ATM after a failed attempt to drink a pint of tea told a judge that “we are all sick of this madness”, according to his wife.
Lianjie Dong, 55, died of massive dehydration in October while waiting for ATM after failed attempt to drink a pint of tea.
An inquest in Derbyshire found that Mr Dong was unresponsive, with signs더킹카지노 of severe internal bleeding, when a group of bank tellers tried to treat him with alcohol and tried to help him to drink his pint.
But Mr Dong’s wife Lianna Dong told the hearing on Monday: “When you are that tired, he is just unable to move. I feel sick to my stomach. We are very upset.”
She said that after her husband’s death, she feared a “massacre” and had gone into hiding.
‘We’re a bunch of hicks’
She also revealed that she believed his father was responsible for his health problems.
Ms Dong told the hearing: “The doctor who was treating his death was saying he was dying of a heart attack.
“I’m looking for that man who shot that guy and we’re a bunch of hicks.”
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Tessa Morris said her husband ‘deserved a proper burial’
Mr Dong had been struggling with his condition for years but a number 바카라of his friends were helping him to get treatment.
He had initially told the BBC’s Northern Ireland Service that he thought his doctors knew that his death was due to a drink which “would cause a lot of confusion”.
She said: “But now he’s a complete wreck. He’s just got no idea what to do.
“There are loads of us people in town who are not able to pay because the bank ATM is closing and this is not a healthy thing to do. He was getting the wrong medication.”
Mr Dong was in a coma for most of October, but was kept alive in hospital for a number of days by the help of hospital staff.
As the hearing progressed, a statement from his family told of their “sincere condolences”.
Image caption Ms Dong said her husband’s father “would never want to see a single human die”
The man’s family have issued a statement saying he is “living on life support but is now und우리카지노er hospice care at the Glamorga