MLB | Crash survivor leaves hospital
Ilana Benhuri, 50, who suffered severe burns when New York Yankees SP Cory Lidle's airplane crashed into her apartment building wall, Tuesday, Oct. 10, was released from the hospital Friday, Nov. 10, according to the Associated Press. Benhuri suffered burns below her waist, but she and her housekeeper, Eveline Reategue, were able to make it down the building's stairs to safety. Reategue had seen the plane and rushed into the room to warn Benhuri, but there wasn't enough time. During her stay in the hospital, Benhuri underwent surgery and multiple skin grafts. Bob Sullivan, her attorney, reported that she is still in pain, and that a lawsuit against Lidle's estate is likely.
2006-11-11 23:53:39 | Source:
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