Did MMA pro have fighting chance in disputed bout?
The inquest into the death of João Carvalho, following his fight at the National Boxing Stadium in Dublin in April 2016, revealed how safety warnings were ignored
He walked into the cage fit and healthy. He left it bruised and bloody, but he was walking, talking and conscious. Two days after his fight at the National Boxing Stadium in Dublin on April 9, 2016, João Carvalho, a Portuguese father of two, was pronounced dead.
At the inquest into his death last Thursday, state pathologist Marie Cassidy said the cause of death was acute subdural haemorrhage due to blunt force trauma to the...
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Beacon Hospital signs Covid-19 surge capacity deal with HSE
The only private hospital in the state to have rejected deal has now agreed to provide beds to public health system during crisis
We’re paying the price for ignored advice on lifting of lockdowns
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