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Compassionate care awaited the Westboro bus crash patients

 
Compassionate care awaited the Westboro bus crash patients

Marcie Stevens was one of 13 severely-injured patients rushed to The Ottawa Hospital Trauma Centre on Jan. 11, 2019. As her recovery continues, she’s grateful for the exceptional care she has received.

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