Wisconsin Woman Dies after Banging Head in Ambulance

The ambulance was transporting her husband to a hospice facility when she hit her head


 
 

WTAQ | | Friday, November 30, 2012


MADISON, Wis. (WTAQ) -- An 85-year-old Madison woman has died, after she banged her head in an ambulance that slammed on the brakes while transporting her husband to a hospice facility.

Laurel Huibregtse died at UW Hospital, just hours before her 86-year-old husband Donald passed away at the hospice home where he was taken in Fitchburg. Both died on Tuesday, a day after the mishap.

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