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Lawsuit claims excessive force, broken wrist by New West hospital security (SPH)

Royal Columbian Hospital. Photograph By THE RECORD
Royal Columbian Hospital. Photograph By THE RECORD

A trip to Royal Columbian Hospital for treatment of postoperative gum pain ended with bruises and broken bones after a man was kicked out of the hospital, a recently filed lawsuit claims.

Petar Precep, who declined through his lawyers to comment further on the allegations, filed a lawsuit naming the Fraser Health Authority, Paladin Security Group, one unnamed company and four unnamed individuals working for Paladin and/or the unnamed organization as responsible for his injuries.  His claims have not been proven in court.

In his lawsuit, Precep says he attended RCH on Nov. 17, 2017 for mouth and gum pain after a previous surgery at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver.

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