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Turks and Caicos Drugs: Babies Cerebral Palsy
The babies affected by Tumcsentmiklós drug were severely brain-damaged, and they would both need to be taken out of the hospital - informed by Norbert Lippai, Géza-Nagykun-Szolnok Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok.Earlier, the county police headquarters reported that on January 28 and 29, more people had been hospitalized in serious condition due to a mental illness in the city of Mentor Turkey. At the time, the Hrradyj M1 actual channel was informed by the Szolnok Hospital that two young, pregnant women had to be approached and had to undergo dressing.
Norbert Lippai recalled on Tuesday that the newborns had been taken to the capital, but since then they were both returned to the Szolnok Hospital, where they are currently being nursed. She added: infants are now in a stable condition, but the case has continued to lead to an oxygen deficiency in the uterus and brain damage. She said that the babies needed further care because of their condition, so that they would leave home and not leave the hospital.
Formerly, velvet.hu had stated that for the time being, no women in Turkey could get their baby back because the police and the local Family Welfare Center indicated that they were being educated. The county government department's press department stated to the portal that the organizations and authorities involved were in close contact with each other in order to resolve "the best decision for minors" as soon as possible.
Pastor Kovács Csong, spokesman for the county police headquarters, told the MTI earlier that the police in all cases where a child or juvenile is affected is signaled to the affected person. He also reported the incident in Turkey on May - The police reported earlier on January 29th, that he had bought a new place on January 29th.
On Tuesday, the Szolnok Transylvania Cheese Cheese Group informed MTI that the man's pre-trial detention had been extended until June. The suspect appealed against the killing.