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Husband Prepares to Take Wife off Life Support After H1N1

 
Husband Prepares to Take Wife off Life Support After H1N1
Posted February 14th, 2014 @ 6:55am by KFBK News - Tom Cutler

A Granite Bay woman is expected to be removed from life support in the next few days, after falling victim to the flu.

Lesley Bunning didn't get a flu shot. Now the family of the 61-year-old woman, on life support at Kaiser Roseville Hospital, is preparing to say a final goodbye.  

"Very difficult, Very difficult. We're praying. We're hoping for a miracle, and absent a miracle, we're gonna lose my wife," Bunning's husband told News10 on Thursday. 

Bunning's Daughter Allison Perrins is stunned at how rapid her mothers condition went downhill.  

"We didn't even realize it was going to progress that fast. We didn't get a chance to talk to her again. We didn't even say goodbye," Perrins said. 

More than 200 people statewide have fallen to the H1N1 Swine Flu.  

Everyone over six months of age is urged to get a flu shot to stave off this killer virus.  

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