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Borders General Hospital: Pensioner slip death inquiry to begin

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Image caption Fiona Barber slipped and hit her head while being dropped off at Borders General Hospital

A fatal accident inquiry is to due to start into the death of a pensioner who slipped while being dropped off by an ambulance at Borders General Hospital.

Fiona Barber, 71, from Bridgelands near Selkirk, hit her head and was knocked out, just before Christmas 2009.

She died, almost two weeks later, without regaining consciousness.

Five days have been set aside for the inquiry which is being held at Selkirk Sheriff Court.


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