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Suffolk jail is faulted in death of detainee

Immigrant faced deportation

(Joe Tabacca/Boston Globe/File)
By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / July 30, 2010

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Medical staff at the Suffolk County jail waited too long in October to send a feverish and trembling immigrant detainee to the hospital, allowing a deadly bacterial infection to overtake his body and cause his death of heart failure at age 49, according to a report by the federal immigration agency obtained by the Globe. (Full article: 1092 words)

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