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Raymond and claire Lagrandeur, of Garson, are pictured with their three children. Denise, 5, Joanne, 2, and Raymond, six months. Their three-year-old son, Richard, was the youngest of 22 persons who died in Sudbury General Hospital during a 3 1/2-month period last year. An inquest opens in Sudbury on Monday. The inquiry follows discovery that oxygen and nitrous oxide anesthetic lines may have been mixed up in an emergency treatment area of the hospital. Open in full size

Raymond and claire Lagrandeur, of Garson, are pictured with their three children. Denise, 5, Joanne, 2, and Raymond, six months. Their three-year-old son, Richard, was the youngest of 22 persons who died in Sudbury General Hospital during a 3 1/2-month period last year. An inquest opens in Sudbury on Monday. The inquiry follows discovery that oxygen and nitrous oxide anesthetic lines may have been mixed up in an emergency treatment area of the hospital.

Picture, 1974, English

Raymond and claire Lagrandeur, of Garson, are pictured with their three children. Denise, 5, Joanne, 2, and Raymond, six months. Their three-year-old son, Richard, was the youngest of 22 persons who died in Sudbury General Hospital during a 3 1/2-month period last year. An inquest opens in Sudbury on Monday. The inquiry follows discovery that oxygen and nitrous oxide anesthetic lines may have been mixed up in an emergency treatment area of the hospital.

Picture, 1974, English

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Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Canada - Ontario - Sudbury - Sudbury Hospital - Inquest

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0108310f