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Remember that chick from Meet the Parents who got hit in the head with a volleyball?

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Gobucki

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[font=verdana, arial, helvetica]She's dead.
[font=verdana,arial,helvetica]quote:[/font] <HR>'Meet the Parents' Actress Dies After Two Misdiagnoses


The actress who was famously smashed in the face by a volleyball in the Meet The Parents comedy died last month after two medics misdiagnosed her pneumonia. Nicole DeHuff, who played Teri Polo's sister in the hilarious 2000 movie, checked into three Los Angeles hospitals, but only when her problems became inoperable did doctors realize what was wrong with her. The actress' mother Patsie says, "By the time she reached the third hospital, it was too late. She was unconscious." The grieving mother reveals her daughter was rushed to hospital on February 12 but was sent home by medics and told to take painkiller Tylenol. Patsie DeHuff recalls, "The next day my daughter was worse." Again, the actress went to hospital, but this time medics prescribed antibiotics for bronchitis. Two days later, paramedics rushed to her home after she collapsed, gasping for breath. The tragic actress died on February 16. <HR>​

I hate when obscure people die.
I'll never be able to laugh at that joke in that movie again.
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scooter1369

HTTR Forever.
Its a shame when people die due to incompetence. My cousins son was misdiagnosed at the age of one with the flu. He had bacterial meningitis. His mom's instincts to ignore the doctor and take him to a hospital saved his life. He lost all four limbs from the knee/elbow down, but he's alive and well now/
 
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Gobucki

I'm using the Internet!!!
scooter1369 said:
Its a shame when people die due to incompetence. My cousins son was misdiagnosed at the age of one with the flu. He had bacterial meningitis. His mom's instincts to ignore the doctor and take him to a hospital saved his life. He lost all four limbs from the knee/elbow down, but he's alive and well now/
ugh

exhawg said:
Who is pookie now?
Speaking of obscurity. I always which I could hear more of that diary.
 
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