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10 People Dead After Nurse Allegedly Switches Medication to Tap Water in IV Bag

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Officials in Oregon are currently investigating multiple deaths that they believe could be linked to one Nurse’s malpractice.

A former nurse at Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center in Medford, Oregon is being accused of swapping out patient’s Fentanyl in their IV bags with tap water.

Hospital staff say the Nurse at the time was most likely stealing the patient’s medication since fall of 2022. As a result, at least 10 people have died from infections stemming from the tap water.

No arrests have been made at this time as the investigation remains ongoing.



8 Comments

  1. Smh. Her getting the drugs was more important than human lives. This world is wicked and about to end.

  2. Why was she allowed to keep working when suspected of doing or bringing harm to patients. Over two years, that’s CRAZZY as heck.☹️

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