McALESTER — The parents of a patient found dead at Narconon Arrowhead this summer have filed a lawsuit against the facility and its medical director alleging “Narconon’s actions were grossly negligent, willful, wanton and reckless resulting in the suffering and death of Stacy Murphy, the plaintiff’s daughter.”The suit also alleges Narconon and ABLE acted together in concert to “tortuously operate a dangerous, unsafe an unsupervised drug and alcohol rehabilitation program.”Narconon Arrowhead is a nonprofit drug and alcohol rehabilitation center at Canadian which has been the center of an ongoing investigation after the deaths of four patients. Three of the deaths occurred at the facility in the last year.
Lawsuit: "Narconon operates a dangerous, unsafe and unsupervised drug and alcohol rehabilitation program.”
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The deadline for filing taxes is midnight Today, Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
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Accident closes intersection
Athree vehicle accident closed the of intersection Carl Albert Parkway and Sixth Street about 2 p.m. on Friday, police say.
The accident closed the intersection for less than an hour.
The jaws of life were used to remove one person who was hospitalized later reported in stable condition, according the McAlester police. Two others were treated at the scene and released.
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