The family of a woman who died after taking part in a water-drinking competition has been awarded $16m (£9.7m) in compensation.
Apparently nurses called in to warn the station that this might get dangerous, and the station dismissed it. I feel for the family, but the lady should have stopped and seeked medical help as soon as she noticed problems. Not saying it is or isn't her fault, since I frankly don't have the details.
They should have won 32 million. Frigging idiots at the radio station.
Yes cause we can actually put a price on a dead person. Besides they could never finish that 16million in their life time. 32 seems pointless.
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