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Tyler Lusk -  Uploaded 8 Feb 2018

“In 2013 Tyler Lusk was ejected through the rear passenger window of a vehicle, flew 50’ + and struck a light pole at 
freeway speed, and recovered from it. It took Kaiser to put him in a wheelchair,” Jeff Lusk.



Diane Parks
Friday, February 04, 2011

OAKLAND (CN) - A woman with a fractured skull claims her Kaiser hospital never told her or her family that her
doctors had committed medical malpractice by dropping a fragment of her skull during surgery. The surgeons fixed
her skull with plastic.

Michelle Chapin -
Monday, April 23, 2012

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (CN) - The family of a late Kaiser employee claims in court that a Kaiser hospital
waited 14 hours to interpret their mother's CT scan, and read it to mean that her brain injury "may be slightly resolving,"
though she had died of the injury 1 hour after the scan was taken.


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