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Richardson Death / Epidural Hematoma #925726

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 19, 2009
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(Hofstra University: Anderson Cooper) Some tributes to the late actress Natasha Richardson presented; scenes shown of the lights dimming on Broadway. [Oprah WINFREY; on "The View," Whoopi GOLDBERG - speak about Natasha.]

(Atlanta: Gary Tuchman) The latest information on the death of Richardson from an epidural hematoma after her fall on the ski slopes explained; details given about what happened after the accident. [Millard Fillmore Gates Hospital Dr. Elad LEVY†- describes the epidural hematoma condition in which a blood clot forms after the trauma.] [New York Roosevelt Hospital Dr. David LANGER†- offers advice on head injuries.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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