Morgue Woman Inquiry Hit by 'Complications'
Garner, Clare, The Independent (London, England)
The circumstances surrounding the case of Daphne Banks, the woman discovered alive in a hospital mortuary, were "very complicated", and were taking longer to investigate than expected, the local health authority said last night.
The Cambridge and Huntingdon Health Commission intended to issue a full statement yesterday, but it said the inquiry was inconclusive and any statement would be delayed until tomorrow.
"This case presents a complex set of circumstances which have required detailed fact-finding," said Diana Jakubowska, the commission's head of communication. "The need to establish more information and take further advice means that we …
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