US: 76-year-old smashes into hospital entrance, killing 2

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October 17, 2007 04:47

 
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A car driven by a 76-year-old patient smashed into a hospital entrance, killing two staff members including a doctor who witnesses said was trying to push people out of the way, authorities said Tuesday. Jane Berghold said her brakes, which had recently been worked on, may have failed Monday afternoon when her car struck the entrance to Brocton Hospital's Radiation Therapy Unit. "It was when I went to brake that the car just didn't stop," Berghold said. She said she was diagnosed with breast cancer in April and was going to the radiation center for a consultation.

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