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August 24, 1995 | BARRY SIEGEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From the moment China Leonard met Dr. Joseph Verbrugge Jr., she didn't like him. They were in a pre-op room at Denver's St. Joseph Hospital, where China's son Richard, 8, was being prepared for minor ear surgery. It was 7:15 a.m. on July 8, 1993. Verbrugge, the scheduled anesthesiologist, had rushed in late, acting bristly and abrupt. "Well, are you nervous?" Verbrugge demanded of Richard. Richard didn't look up from the television. He'd been uncommonly subdued all morning.
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November 14, 2012 | Wire reports
Skier Lindsey Vonn remained hospitalized in Colorado with "severe intestinal pain" that has been affecting the four-time World Cup champion for the past two weeks. Vonn's ski technician, Heinz Haemmerle, said that Vonn hasn't trained since going out in the second run of the season-opening giant slalom Oct. 27 in Soelden, Austria. "She told me she feels bad and has pain all over her body and that her bones are hurting. … She's been [to the hospital] two or three times. This is the first time she's stayed overnight," Haemmerle said in a telephone interview.
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August 25, 1995 | BARRY SIEGEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Six days after their son's death, the phone rang just as Jay and China Leonard were about to go out to dinner. They'd buried 8-year-old Richard the day before, with an organist playing the music from "Jurassic Park" for a gathering of 300 grieving friends and relatives. Then they'd come home, still railing at what they believed to be a senseless twist of fate. On July 8, 1993, Richard had died on an operating table during minor ear surgery at Denver's St. Joseph Hospital.
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August 25, 1995 | BARRY SIEGEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Six days after their son's death, the phone rang just as Jay and China Leonard were about to go out to dinner. They'd buried 8-year-old Richard the day before, with an organist playing the music from "Jurassic Park" for a gathering of 300 grieving friends and relatives. Then they'd come home, still railing at what they believed to be a senseless twist of fate. On July 8, 1993, Richard had died on an operating table during minor ear surgery at Denver's St. Joseph Hospital.
SPORTS
November 14, 2012 | Wire reports
Skier Lindsey Vonn remained hospitalized in Colorado with "severe intestinal pain" that has been affecting the four-time World Cup champion for the past two weeks. Vonn's ski technician, Heinz Haemmerle, said that Vonn hasn't trained since going out in the second run of the season-opening giant slalom Oct. 27 in Soelden, Austria. "She told me she feels bad and has pain all over her body and that her bones are hurting. … She's been [to the hospital] two or three times. This is the first time she's stayed overnight," Haemmerle said in a telephone interview.
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July 24, 2012 | By Alexandra Zavis
Christian Bale, star of the Batman trilogy of movies, paid a surprise visit Tuesday to injured victims of the recent shooting rampage in Aurora, Colo. The shooting occurred during a midnight screening of the latest Batman film, “The Dark Knight Rises.” Twelve people were killed and 58 were injured in the attack early Friday; a suspect was arrested in a nearby parking lot afterward. Bill Voloch, interim president of Medical Center of Aurora, told the Denver Post that Bale spent about 2½ hours Tuesday at the hospital, where he met with seven of the victims.
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August 24, 1995 | BARRY SIEGEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From the moment China Leonard met Dr. Joseph Verbrugge Jr., she didn't like him. They were in a pre-op room at Denver's St. Joseph Hospital, where China's son Richard, 8, was being prepared for minor ear surgery. It was 7:15 a.m. on July 8, 1993. Verbrugge, the scheduled anesthesiologist, had rushed in late, acting bristly and abrupt. "Well, are you nervous?" Verbrugge demanded of Richard. Richard didn't look up from the television. He'd been uncommonly subdued all morning.
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