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Later That Day: Anonymous 10/25/19(Fri)20:56:36 No.55046566 story time because I want to share and it's a special day be me, 22, KHHV, NEET no real purpose in life, autistic >live in a small town but still don't know anyone >down the street is a harvest festival going on go there on a whim see nice old man making caramel apples hand dipped >i go over and buy one with some pocket change l ow saved up >it's really good we talk about caramel apples >his name is Ted >he asks if I'd like to help him make apples enthusiastically say yes, go to a factory next day at 9 AM >I get to dip the apples and put the sticks on them >I box them up and sell them, get to decorate them too Told I would not last longer than a year by floor manager since nobody does >Get to know Ted, he has no kids and his wife died in a boat accident we talk every day about apples and candy >he gets me into football we watch football together, he lets me show him anime >7 years pass >I've been there the longest Ted doesn't come to work, I call him No response, I go to his house >Door unlocked, go in and see him on the floor call 911, he had a stroke and died later that day in the hospital cry for days because my only friend is gone >A few days pass, I learn that he left the factory and the apple shop to me >note says "You're the hardest worker I've ever met, I know you will make me proud" >burst into tears in front of lawyer every day I go to that factory to work hard >l come up with all sorts of ideas to decorate the apples every holiday Still KHHV, but I love making apples >Whole town knows me as the apple man Never been happier making caramel apples Today would have been his 76th birthday. We got a huge catering order done today in time for Halloween. Business is better than ever. I know you're watching me, Ted. I hope I'm making you proud. this is one of the most wholesome things ive ever read :)
Later That Day: Anonymous 10/25/19(Fri)20:56:36 No.55046566
 story time because I want to share and it's a
 special day
 be me, 22, KHHV, NEET
 no real purpose in life, autistic
 >live in a small town but still don't know anyone
 >down the street is a harvest festival going on
 go there on a whim
 see nice old man making caramel apples hand
 dipped
 >i go over and buy one with some pocket change l
 ow
 saved up
 >it's really good
 we talk about caramel apples
 >his name is Ted
 >he asks if I'd like to help him make apples
 enthusiastically say yes, go to a factory next day at 9 AM
 >I get to dip the apples and put the sticks on them
 >I box them up and sell them, get to decorate them too
 Told I would not last longer than a year by floor manager since nobody does
 >Get to know Ted, he has no kids and his wife died in a boat accident
 we talk every day about apples and candy
 >he gets me into football
 we watch football together, he lets me show him anime
 >7 years pass
 >I've been there the longest
 Ted doesn't come to work, I call him
 No response, I go to his house
 >Door unlocked, go in and see him on the floor
 call 911, he had a stroke and died later that day in the hospital
 cry for days because my only friend is gone
 >A few days pass, I learn that he left the factory and the apple shop to me
 >note says "You're the hardest worker I've ever met, I know you will make me proud"
 >burst into tears in front of lawyer
 every day I go to that factory to work hard
 >l come up with all sorts of ideas to decorate the apples every holiday
 Still KHHV, but I love making apples
 >Whole town knows me as the apple man
 Never been happier making caramel apples
 Today would have been his 76th birthday. We got a huge catering order done today in time
 for Halloween. Business is better than ever. I know you're watching me, Ted. I hope I'm
 making you proud.
this is one of the most wholesome things ive ever read :)

this is one of the most wholesome things ive ever read :)

Later That Day: Anonymous 10/25/19(Fri)20:56:36 No.55046566 story time because I want to share and it's a special day be me, 22, KHHV, NEET no real purpose in life, autistic >live in a small town but still don't know anyone >down the street is a harvest festival going on go there on a whim see nice old man making caramel apples hand dipped >i go over and buy one with some pocket change l ow saved up >it's really good we talk about caramel apples >his name is Ted >he asks if I'd like to help him make apples enthusiastically say yes, go to a factory next day at 9 AM >I get to dip the apples and put the sticks on them >I box them up and sell them, get to decorate them too Told I would not last longer than a year by floor manager since nobody does >Get to know Ted, he has no kids and his wife died in a boat accident we talk every day about apples and candy >he gets me into football we watch football together, he lets me show him anime >7 years pass >I've been there the longest Ted doesn't come to work, I call him No response, I go to his house >Door unlocked, go in and see him on the floor call 911, he had a stroke and died later that day in the hospital cry for days because my only friend is gone >A few days pass, I learn that he left the factory and the apple shop to me >note says "You're the hardest worker I've ever met, I know you will make me proud" >burst into tears in front of lawyer every day I go to that factory to work hard >l come up with all sorts of ideas to decorate the apples every holiday Still KHHV, but I love making apples >Whole town knows me as the apple man Never been happier making caramel apples Today would have been his 76th birthday. We got a huge catering order done today in time for Halloween. Business is better than ever. I know you're watching me, Ted. I hope I'm making you proud. this is one of the most wholesome things ive ever read :)
Later That Day: Anonymous 10/25/19(Fri)20:56:36 No.55046566
 story time because I want to share and it's a
 special day
 be me, 22, KHHV, NEET
 no real purpose in life, autistic
 >live in a small town but still don't know anyone
 >down the street is a harvest festival going on
 go there on a whim
 see nice old man making caramel apples hand
 dipped
 >i go over and buy one with some pocket change l
 ow
 saved up
 >it's really good
 we talk about caramel apples
 >his name is Ted
 >he asks if I'd like to help him make apples
 enthusiastically say yes, go to a factory next day at 9 AM
 >I get to dip the apples and put the sticks on them
 >I box them up and sell them, get to decorate them too
 Told I would not last longer than a year by floor manager since nobody does
 >Get to know Ted, he has no kids and his wife died in a boat accident
 we talk every day about apples and candy
 >he gets me into football
 we watch football together, he lets me show him anime
 >7 years pass
 >I've been there the longest
 Ted doesn't come to work, I call him
 No response, I go to his house
 >Door unlocked, go in and see him on the floor
 call 911, he had a stroke and died later that day in the hospital
 cry for days because my only friend is gone
 >A few days pass, I learn that he left the factory and the apple shop to me
 >note says "You're the hardest worker I've ever met, I know you will make me proud"
 >burst into tears in front of lawyer
 every day I go to that factory to work hard
 >l come up with all sorts of ideas to decorate the apples every holiday
 Still KHHV, but I love making apples
 >Whole town knows me as the apple man
 Never been happier making caramel apples
 Today would have been his 76th birthday. We got a huge catering order done today in time
 for Halloween. Business is better than ever. I know you're watching me, Ted. I hope I'm
 making you proud.
this is one of the most wholesome things ive ever read :)

this is one of the most wholesome things ive ever read :)

Later That Day: u/caterpillarcraig 4h Men, how have you made a girl cr 435 511 Share BEST COMMENTS bivukaz 2h I work with kids in an elementary school One day I was standing in front of the lunch room, and I had to make the kids form a queue in order to enter the lunch room. In order to prevent the kids from rushing inside all at once, i usually play games with them to make them wait. Things like rock paper scissors, and other silly games. That day I was acting like I was the bouncer of this very exclusive nightclub called: "The Lunch Room" and I asked each kid to bust a dance move for me in order to get in. Obviously, everyone could enter but they had to shake their body a little bit. All the kids were plaving along, making fortnite dances, and other popular moves like the dab, the nae nae, etc etc etc...the most shy boys could do the robot, and the most shy girls could take my hand and i would make them spin like ballet dancers. At one point it was the turn of this shy girl, who slowly walked toward me, looked at me in the eyes... Then cried She was absolutely terrified of doing this in front of the other kids and just cried. I tried to confort her a little, so I picked her up in my arms, and took her hand like we were dancing a waltz, then spinned our way into the lunchroom Later that day she came to see me and asking me to dance with her again. I sure did. I taught her how to dance the waltz (the 3 step thing) and she had a blast. Reply 693 ZipCOde 1h this touched my soul. you're so cool 75 frecklesandmusings 1h Fellow educator here, that warmed my heart. elbmuhdnawen 55m this made me smile )
Later That Day: u/caterpillarcraig
 4h
 Men, how have you made a girl
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 bivukaz 2h
 I work with kids in an elementary school
 One day I was standing in front of the
 lunch room, and I had to make the kids
 form a queue in order to enter the lunch
 room. In order to prevent the kids from
 rushing inside all at once, i usually play
 games with them to make them wait.
 Things like rock paper scissors, and other
 silly games.
 That day I was acting like I was the
 bouncer of this very exclusive nightclub
 called: "The Lunch Room" and I asked
 each kid to bust a dance move for me in
 order to get in. Obviously, everyone could
 enter but they had to shake their body a
 little bit.
 All the kids were plaving along, making
 fortnite dances, and other popular moves
 like the dab, the nae nae, etc etc etc...the
 most shy boys could do the robot, and
 the most shy girls could take my hand
 and i would make them spin like ballet
 dancers.
 At one point it was the turn of this shy
 girl, who slowly walked toward me, looked
 at me in the eyes... Then cried
 She was absolutely terrified of doing this
 in front of the other kids and just cried. I
 tried to confort her a little, so I picked her
 up in my arms, and took her hand like we
 were dancing a waltz, then spinned our
 way into the lunchroom
 Later that day she came to see me and
 asking me to dance with her again. I sure
 did. I taught her how to dance the waltz
 (the 3 step thing) and she had a blast.
 Reply 693
 ZipCOde 1h
 this touched my soul. you're so cool
 75
 frecklesandmusings 1h
 Fellow educator here, that warmed
 my heart.
 elbmuhdnawen 55m
 this made me smile )
Later That Day: 17:17 1 13 hrs I often eat alone at a Wendy's that's just down the street from my house. A little less than a week ago, I noticed that they hired a new employee. She's a fair skinned woman who, for the sake of not violating a pending order of protection, we'll say is named Michelle. I was fond of her from the moment I first saw her. I immediately went home and scoured the internet to find out more information about her. I figured this way I'd be able to learn her interests and engage her in conversation regarding them l remember initially thinking to myself that it's a shame how name tags don't include last names. All I had to go on was her first name and location, yet thanks to Facebook's ability to search by city and state, I was able to find her after just a few hours. Once I did l realized I hit a goldmine; her phone number was visible to everyone, not just Facebook friends. Most women are scared to give out their number to a stranger because they don't think they're trustworthy, but if someone asked you out on a date after looking you up and learning your phone number without you having to tell them, you'd likely be far more trusting of that person since they already know your personal info. You'd have nothing to lose. That was my line of thinking, anyway. After obtaining her phone number I figured I'd try to do something romantic that would build up to me asking her out. I decided to use an app that would let me text her without revealing my actual number. The app allowed me to change my number at will O Write a comment... GF) )> 7 17:17 1 3 app allowed me to change my number at will, essentially making it unblockable, which I thought was a good idea since she might think it's just one of her friends messing with her and block it right away. This would grant me the ability to remain a complete enigma to her. "Once a day," I told myself. "Only text her once a day so it isn't creepy." Sadly, I was far too excited at the prospect of having my first girlfriend to stick to that. My first text to her was simply, "l saw that picture of your graduation you posted. You're beautiful." Later that day while I was sitting in the Wendy's parking lot I sent her another text that said, "l can see you right now. One day you'll see me, too." Before I knew it I had texted her over three hundred times in just a few days She never once responded to any of them. Still, not all messages contained text, some were just pictures of her that l took while she was at work to let her know that I was actually there Some of you may have noticed that I wasn't online at all yesterday. There is good reason for that. Yesterday was the day that I met her in person and tried to ask her out. It didn't go as planned. I walked up to Michelle while she was at the counter and told her that I'm her admirer. Her cheerful expression changed as she suddenly started shouting, "This is the guy! Marco, this is the guy!" Marco is her manager. He jumped from behind the counter and grabbed me while instructing her to call the police. I bit his arm hard enough to draw blood, but he did not release me O Write a comment... GF) )> 7 17:17 1 13 hrs while instructing her to call the police. I bit his arm hard enough to draw blood, but he did not release me until police arrivedd The police said that the detainment was lawful, which meant that I was to be charged with battery for biting the manager in addition to stalking. This amounts to almost $500 in fines. Thankfully, father told me he'd take care of it since I'm currently unemployed. The police also told me that she's filing for an order of protection, so l can't return to that specific Wendy's. Father told me to keep my chin up and to remember that some women just aren't worth it. He said that If she thinks having a guy flatter her and think about her all the time is something to call the police over, then she must be "one of those nutty feminists." After spending some time thinking about it, I realized that he's right. Sometimes you just have to remind yourself that it's not you, it's them O Write a comment... GIF 7 The creepiest Neckbeard I've seen in a long time, him and his dad blame rejection on feminism
Later That Day: 17:17 1
 13 hrs
 I often eat alone at a Wendy's that's just down the
 street from my house. A little less than a week ago, I
 noticed that they hired a new employee. She's a fair
 skinned woman who, for the sake of not violating a
 pending order of protection, we'll say is named
 Michelle. I was fond of her from the moment I first saw
 her. I immediately went home and scoured the
 internet to find out more information about her. I
 figured this way I'd be able to learn her interests and
 engage her in conversation regarding them
 l remember initially thinking to myself that it's a shame
 how name tags don't include last names. All I had to
 go on was her first name and location, yet thanks to
 Facebook's ability to search by city and state, I was
 able to find her after just a few hours. Once I did l
 realized I hit a goldmine; her phone number was
 visible to everyone, not just Facebook friends. Most
 women are scared to give out their number to a
 stranger because they don't think they're trustworthy,
 but if someone asked you out on a date after looking
 you up and learning your phone number without you
 having to tell them, you'd likely be far more trusting of
 that person since they already know your personal
 info. You'd have nothing to lose. That was my line of
 thinking, anyway.
 After obtaining her phone number I figured I'd try to
 do something romantic that would build up to me
 asking her out. I decided to use an app that would let
 me text her without revealing my actual number. The
 app allowed me to change my number at will
 O
 Write a comment...
 GF) )>
 7

 17:17 1
 3
 app allowed me to change my number at will,
 essentially making it unblockable, which I thought was
 a good idea since she might think it's just one of her
 friends messing with her and block it right away. This
 would grant me the ability to remain a complete
 enigma to her. "Once a day," I told myself. "Only text
 her once a day so it isn't creepy." Sadly, I was far too
 excited at the prospect of having my first girlfriend to
 stick to that.
 My first text to her was simply, "l saw that picture of
 your graduation you posted. You're beautiful." Later
 that day while I was sitting in the Wendy's parking lot I
 sent her another text that said, "l can see you right
 now. One day you'll see me, too." Before I knew it I had
 texted her over three hundred times in just a few days
 She never once responded to any of them. Still, not all
 messages contained text, some were just pictures of
 her that l took while she was at work to let her know
 that I was actually there
 Some of you may have noticed that I wasn't online at
 all yesterday. There is good reason for that. Yesterday
 was the day that I met her in person and tried to ask
 her out. It didn't go as planned. I walked up to
 Michelle while she was at the counter and told her
 that I'm her admirer. Her cheerful expression changed
 as she suddenly started shouting, "This is the guy!
 Marco, this is the guy!" Marco is her manager. He
 jumped from behind the counter and grabbed me
 while instructing her to call the police. I bit his arm
 hard enough to draw blood, but he did not release me
 O
 Write a comment...
 GF) )>
 7

 17:17 1
 13 hrs
 while instructing her to call the police. I bit his arm
 hard enough to draw blood, but he did not release me
 until police arrivedd
 The police said that the detainment was lawful, which
 meant that I was to be charged with battery for biting
 the manager in addition to stalking. This amounts to
 almost $500 in fines. Thankfully, father told me he'd
 take care of it since I'm currently unemployed. The
 police also told me that she's filing for an order of
 protection, so l can't return to that specific Wendy's.
 Father told me to keep my chin up and to remember
 that some women just aren't worth it. He said that If
 she thinks having a guy flatter her and think about her
 all the time is something to call the police over, then
 she must be "one of those nutty feminists." After
 spending some time thinking about it, I realized that
 he's right. Sometimes you just have to remind yourself
 that it's not you, it's them
 O
 Write a comment...
 GIF
 7
The creepiest Neckbeard I've seen in a long time, him and his dad blame rejection on feminism

The creepiest Neckbeard I've seen in a long time, him and his dad blame rejection on feminism

Later That Day: u/caterpillarcraig 4h Men, how have you made a girl cr 435 511 Share BEST COMMENTS bivukaz 2h I work with kids in an elementary school One day I was standing in front of the lunch room, and I had to make the kids form a queue in order to enter the lunch room. In order to prevent the kids from rushing inside all at once, i usually play games with them to make them wait. Things like rock paper scissors, and other silly games. That day I was acting like I was the bouncer of this very exclusive nightclub called: "The Lunch Room" and I asked each kid to bust a dance move for me in order to get in. Obviously, everyone could enter but they had to shake their body a little bit. All the kids were plaving along, making fortnite dances, and other popular moves like the dab, the nae nae, etc etc etc...the most shy boys could do the robot, and the most shy girls could take my hand and i would make them spin like ballet dancers. At one point it was the turn of this shy girl, who slowly walked toward me, looked at me in the eyes... Then cried She was absolutely terrified of doing this in front of the other kids and just cried. I tried to confort her a little, so I picked her up in my arms, and took her hand like we were dancing a waltz, then spinned our way into the lunchroom Later that day she came to see me and asking me to dance with her again. I sure did. I taught her how to dance the waltz (the 3 step thing) and she had a blast. Reply 693 ZipCOde 1h this touched my soul. you're so cool 75 frecklesandmusings 1h Fellow educator here, that warmed my heart. elbmuhdnawen 55m this made me smile ) <p>from r/askmen I had to edit the comments and trim them a bit to fit in one photo because I’m on mobile</p>
Later That Day: u/caterpillarcraig
 4h
 Men, how have you made a girl
 cr
 435
 511
 Share
 BEST COMMENTS
 bivukaz 2h
 I work with kids in an elementary school
 One day I was standing in front of the
 lunch room, and I had to make the kids
 form a queue in order to enter the lunch
 room. In order to prevent the kids from
 rushing inside all at once, i usually play
 games with them to make them wait.
 Things like rock paper scissors, and other
 silly games.
 That day I was acting like I was the
 bouncer of this very exclusive nightclub
 called: "The Lunch Room" and I asked
 each kid to bust a dance move for me in
 order to get in. Obviously, everyone could
 enter but they had to shake their body a
 little bit.
 All the kids were plaving along, making
 fortnite dances, and other popular moves
 like the dab, the nae nae, etc etc etc...the
 most shy boys could do the robot, and
 the most shy girls could take my hand
 and i would make them spin like ballet
 dancers.
 At one point it was the turn of this shy
 girl, who slowly walked toward me, looked
 at me in the eyes... Then cried
 She was absolutely terrified of doing this
 in front of the other kids and just cried. I
 tried to confort her a little, so I picked her
 up in my arms, and took her hand like we
 were dancing a waltz, then spinned our
 way into the lunchroom
 Later that day she came to see me and
 asking me to dance with her again. I sure
 did. I taught her how to dance the waltz
 (the 3 step thing) and she had a blast.
 Reply 693
 ZipCOde 1h
 this touched my soul. you're so cool
 75
 frecklesandmusings 1h
 Fellow educator here, that warmed
 my heart.
 elbmuhdnawen 55m
 this made me smile )
<p>from r/askmen I had to edit the comments and trim them a bit to fit in one photo because I’m on mobile</p>

<p>from r/askmen I had to edit the comments and trim them a bit to fit in one photo because I’m on mobile</p>

Later That Day: u/caterpillarcraig 4h Men, how have you made a girl cr 435 511 Share BEST COMMENTS bivukaz 2h I work with kids in an elementary school One day I was standing in front of the lunch room, and I had to make the kids form a queue in order to enter the lunch room. In order to prevent the kids from rushing inside all at once, i usually play games with them to make them wait. Things like rock paper scissors, and other silly games. That day I was acting like I was the bouncer of this very exclusive nightclub called: "The Lunch Room" and I asked each kid to bust a dance move for me in order to get in. Obviously, everyone could enter but they had to shake their body a little bit. All the kids were plaving along, making fortnite dances, and other popular moves like the dab, the nae nae, etc etc etc...the most shy boys could do the robot, and the most shy girls could take my hand and i would make them spin like ballet dancers. At one point it was the turn of this shy girl, who slowly walked toward me, looked at me in the eyes... Then cried She was absolutely terrified of doing this in front of the other kids and just cried. I tried to confort her a little, so I picked her up in my arms, and took her hand like we were dancing a waltz, then spinned our way into the lunchroom Later that day she came to see me and asking me to dance with her again. I sure did. I taught her how to dance the waltz (the 3 step thing) and she had a blast. Reply 693 ZipCOde 1h this touched my soul. you're so cool 75 frecklesandmusings 1h Fellow educator here, that warmed my heart. elbmuhdnawen 55m this made me smile ) <p>from r/askmen I had to edit the comments and trim them a bit to fit in one photo because I’m on mobile via /r/wholesomememes <a href="https://ift.tt/2IsQTCi">https://ift.tt/2IsQTCi</a></p>
Later That Day: u/caterpillarcraig
 4h
 Men, how have you made a girl
 cr
 435
 511
 Share
 BEST COMMENTS
 bivukaz 2h
 I work with kids in an elementary school
 One day I was standing in front of the
 lunch room, and I had to make the kids
 form a queue in order to enter the lunch
 room. In order to prevent the kids from
 rushing inside all at once, i usually play
 games with them to make them wait.
 Things like rock paper scissors, and other
 silly games.
 That day I was acting like I was the
 bouncer of this very exclusive nightclub
 called: "The Lunch Room" and I asked
 each kid to bust a dance move for me in
 order to get in. Obviously, everyone could
 enter but they had to shake their body a
 little bit.
 All the kids were plaving along, making
 fortnite dances, and other popular moves
 like the dab, the nae nae, etc etc etc...the
 most shy boys could do the robot, and
 the most shy girls could take my hand
 and i would make them spin like ballet
 dancers.
 At one point it was the turn of this shy
 girl, who slowly walked toward me, looked
 at me in the eyes... Then cried
 She was absolutely terrified of doing this
 in front of the other kids and just cried. I
 tried to confort her a little, so I picked her
 up in my arms, and took her hand like we
 were dancing a waltz, then spinned our
 way into the lunchroom
 Later that day she came to see me and
 asking me to dance with her again. I sure
 did. I taught her how to dance the waltz
 (the 3 step thing) and she had a blast.
 Reply 693
 ZipCOde 1h
 this touched my soul. you're so cool
 75
 frecklesandmusings 1h
 Fellow educator here, that warmed
 my heart.
 elbmuhdnawen 55m
 this made me smile )
<p>from r/askmen I had to edit the comments and trim them a bit to fit in one photo because I’m on mobile via /r/wholesomememes <a href="https://ift.tt/2IsQTCi">https://ift.tt/2IsQTCi</a></p>

<p>from r/askmen I had to edit the comments and trim them a bit to fit in one photo because I’m on mobile via /r/wholesomememes <a href="...

Later That Day: Five-Year-Old Girl Dies After Doctor Turns Her Away For Being Late @balleralert HA day Five-Year-Old Girl Dies After Doctor Turns Her Away For Being Late - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Being late to a doctor’s appointment may cost you your life nowadays. At least it did for a 5-year-old girl who died from an asthma attack after an emergency doctor turned her away because she was late. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Ellie-May Clark arrived at The Grange Clinic in Newport, South Wales on January 25, 2015, just five minutes after her 5 p.m. emergency appointment. Ellie May’s family waited in line and reached reception between 5:10 p.m and 5:18 p.m. Unfortunately, their arrival time broke the β€œ10-minute” rule the office has for seeing late patients. The doctor rejected Ellie May and her mother, Shanice Clark, before going through Ellie-May’s records which showed the child had β€œlife-threatening” asthma. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Later that day, Shanice put Ellie-May to bed around 8 p.m. but around 10:30p.m. she could hear her coughing and struggling to breathe. She came into the girl’s room room to find her face and hands had turned blue. Ellie-May was rushed to Royal Gwent Hospital, but died shortly after her arrival. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € It is unclear if Ellie-May would’ve survived even if she had been seen by a physician. Regardless, Coroner Wendy James says β€œEllie-May Clark died of natural causes where the opportunity to provide potentially life-saving treatment was missed.” James ruled Ellie-May died of natural causes but didn’t reach a neglect ruling for the doctor or hospital.
Later That Day: Five-Year-Old Girl Dies After
 Doctor Turns Her Away For
 Being Late
 @balleralert
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Five-Year-Old Girl Dies After Doctor Turns Her Away For Being Late - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Being late to a doctor’s appointment may cost you your life nowadays. At least it did for a 5-year-old girl who died from an asthma attack after an emergency doctor turned her away because she was late. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Ellie-May Clark arrived at The Grange Clinic in Newport, South Wales on January 25, 2015, just five minutes after her 5 p.m. emergency appointment. Ellie May’s family waited in line and reached reception between 5:10 p.m and 5:18 p.m. Unfortunately, their arrival time broke the β€œ10-minute” rule the office has for seeing late patients. The doctor rejected Ellie May and her mother, Shanice Clark, before going through Ellie-May’s records which showed the child had β€œlife-threatening” asthma. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Later that day, Shanice put Ellie-May to bed around 8 p.m. but around 10:30p.m. she could hear her coughing and struggling to breathe. She came into the girl’s room room to find her face and hands had turned blue. Ellie-May was rushed to Royal Gwent Hospital, but died shortly after her arrival. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € It is unclear if Ellie-May would’ve survived even if she had been seen by a physician. Regardless, Coroner Wendy James says β€œEllie-May Clark died of natural causes where the opportunity to provide potentially life-saving treatment was missed.” James ruled Ellie-May died of natural causes but didn’t reach a neglect ruling for the doctor or hospital.

Five-Year-Old Girl Dies After Doctor Turns Her Away For Being Late - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Being late to a doct...