SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF)— A lawyer for the family of 13-year-old Jahi McMath says she has arrived safely at an undisclosed new location for medical treatment, but that she was in “bad shape.”
Christopher Dolan said on Monday that a critical care team delivered the girl who was declared brain dead three days after her December 9th tonsillectomy to the location, but wouldn’t say where.
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Dolan elaborated on the girl’s condition and said it was because of poor nutrition during her stay at Children’s Hospital Oakland after the surgery for sleep apnea went wrong and she suffered complications, bled heavily and had a heard attack.
After almost a month-long ordeal and the more recent legal wrangling, Jahi’s family moved her Sunday night.
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