June 18, 2024

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95-year-old woman dies after Taser shock – News

95-year-old woman dies after Taser shock – News

A 95-year-old woman who was allegedly tasered by a police officer at a nursing home in Australia died in hospital on Wednesday, New South Wales police said.

Clare Nowland, who suffering from dementia, Police said at the time that she was stunned to find nursing home staff with a knife outside her bedroom in central Cooma, south-east Australia, on Wednesday last week.

The woman was seriously injured Skull fracture In the incident.

Police have launched an investigation and the officer will appear in court next week, they said on Wednesday Serious injuries caused by reckless negligence, According to Reuters Agency, the assault resulted in bodily injury and common assault.

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“It is with great sadness that we can confirm the passing of 95-year-old Clare Nowland in Cooma tonight,” New South Wales Police said in a statement.

“Surrounded by family and loved ones who requested privacy at this sad and difficult time, Ms Nowland passed away peacefully in hospital shortly after 7pm today,” it added.

State Police Minister Yasmin Gately sent her condolences to the family and extended them to the people of Cooma, residents and caretakers of the residence.

“We will continue to offer our support to the Nowland family as they mourn their loss,” he added in his statement, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.

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Meanwhile, at a hastily arranged press conference on Wednesday night, NSW Police Commissioner Karen Webb said Nowland’s family had been informed of the allegations in what she described as a “disgusting incident”.

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“The Nowland family have been informed of this development and our thoughts and prayers are with Ms Nowland,” the official said, according to the website of British newspaper The Guardian.

Webb, who declined to release body camera footage of the incident, said it was a “traumatic incident for everyone in the police force.”

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Tasers are devices that deliver electric shocks With unwavering intent Then a person to arrest.

Amid a political debate over its use in Argentina, on May 10, Buenos Aires government president Horacio Rodríguez Loretta announced that the first 60 Tasers had arrived in the country and would begin use in the coming months. In the city of Buenos Aires.

“After years of being blocked by Kirchnerism, the 60 tasers we bought for the city police arrived in Argentina,” Rodríguez Lauretta posted on his social network account at the event. Twitter.

Meanwhile, in the Nation, Defense Minister Anibal Fernandez confirmed in February the purchase of one hundred Tasers to be used by “elite groups” of the security forces after training.

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