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Parents shout “Danger!” Champion Brayden Smith sued a hospital in Las Vegas, where his son died in February 2021 after undergoing abdominal surgery and accused his staff of negligent medical malpractice.

Deborah and Scott Smith, a 24-year-old mother and father who have won five consecutive games on the show, filed a lawsuit on Monday in St. Louis Dominican Hospital-Siena Campus in Henderson, Nevada. called; hospital corporation Dignity Health; and several medical staff, Acesparks 5 in Las Vegas reported.

“This case isn’t just about death – Brayden suffered before he died because the hospital, his nurses and the home health nurse couldn’t teach this young man a new ostomy and take care of him. could not, “the parents’ attorney, Robert Murdoch, said in a statement.

A 2020 graduate of UNLV, who plans to study law on January 15, 2021 and become a lawyer for the government, underwent colectomy – a colon removal operation after suffering from ulcerative colitis, an inflammatory bowel disease. tkazdi.

“His death was pre-determined by the misconduct of doctors and nurses,” CBS News reported, according to a new lawsuit, which named the names of several doctors and nurses separately. “None of that should have happened.”

Parents shout “Danger!” Champion Brayden Smith sued a hospital in Las Vegas, where his son died in February 2021 after undergoing abdominal surgery and accused his staff of negligent medical malpractice.

The doctor hired by Murdoch to provide the expertise added to the court documents: “When Braden was in the hospital in December 2020 and January 2021, Brayden was an undernourished, very weak and very sick young man … U. 10 per day more than bloody bowel movements, pain and tachycardia.

A hospital spokesman told CBS that the lawsuit was pending and that officials could not comment on the pending trial.

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Bryden Smith was a five-time champion in the last episodes of Alex Trebeck before losing to the host in his fight against pancreatic cancer. She won more than $ 115,000 on the show, which was filmed in October 2020.

Smith was hospitalized for several days at a Southern Nevada hospital before his death on Feb. 5, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported at the time.

He had a reputation in the country as a champion opponent in the last episodes of Alex Trebeck, until his beloved host was defeated in the fight against pancreatic cancer.

Described in his obituary as a “knowledge lover and advocate of justice,” Smith won five games in a row during his career on the show, which was filmed in October 2020, and earned more than $ 115,000.

“Danger!” the family is deeply saddened by the tragic disappearance of Brayden Smith. ” said in a statement to the show back in February. “He was kind, funny and absolutely wonderful. Our deepest condolences to Brayden’s family. He will miss her. “

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