Nurse who took prank call about royal Kate found dead

By REUTERS
December 7, 2012 17:50

 
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LONDON - A female nurse who took a prank call at the London hospital that treated Prince William's pregnant wife Kate for morning sickness has been found dead, the hospital said on Friday.

The death, which police said they were treating as unexplained, comes days after the King Edward VII hospital apologized after falling for the call from an Australian radio station and relaying details about Kate's condition.

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