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Investigation of incident in which mentally ill man was paralyzed continues
She said it's possible the reports may be ready by the end of the month. Once done, Rice said she expects to review them jointly with LaFrance and "determine what steps are appropriate."
Meanwhile, a spokesman for Gov. Maggie Hassan said Wednesday he expects the three-man team reviewing issues that face hospital emergency rooms to release its findings soon.
The team also will examine broader mental health issues facing the state.
Ornelas went to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston Oct. 17 with what family and friends say was a broken neck that left him paralyzed from the neck down. He has been at Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center in Greenfield since Dec. 12.
Ornelas' family and friends say they anxiously await results of the investigation. On July 8, Angel Kinglocke, 34, of Manchester allegedly attacked two Elliot Hospital emergency department staff after waiting three days for a bed to become available at New Hampshire Hospital, the state's acute psychiatric facility. One staff member suffered critical injuries.
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