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Monday, September 21, 2020

Male died after ‘serious adverse incident’ at Antrim Area Hospital
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The Northern Health trust has revealed that following, what the trust calls a ‘serious adverse incident’, that a Male has died.

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The Male was transferred to the Royal Hospital in Belfast following the incident, but died on Saturday 6th July.

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The trust released the following statement.

“The patient was transferred to the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast but sadly, he passed away.

“(the trust) are instigating a Level 3 Serious Adverse Incident investigation, which will be independently led”. 

The details of the incident have not yet been released but PSNI and the Health & Safety executive have been notified.

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