Another Child Dies At El Paso Children’s Hospital: Mother Alleges She Was Forced To Watch Resuscitation Efforts After Complaining About Delay Of Care To Staff
Editor’s note: some of the events presented in this report may be difficult for some readers to read. On September 5, 2023, eleven-year-old Jessie Limas died at El Paso Children’s Hospital about eighteen hours after arriving at the facility. El Paso News interviewed Jessie’s mother over the last few days via telephone, text messages and…
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