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Burnt mum doing okay


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DOCTORS IN PANAMA are optimistic about the prospects for recovery of the 23-year-old mother of three who was burned over 83 per cent of her body August 9 during a house fire at Diamond Valley, St Philip.
That’s the word from James Best, father of the injured Lynette Stoute, who was airlifted from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital to Panama last Tuesday night for treatment.
“Doctors in Panama are saying that she is going to completely recover,” Best told the DAILY NATION Saturday.
“. . . Lynette is holding her own. The doctors say that she is responding to the medication and a full recovery is expected. She came out of the coma for a little while [Friday]. (AH)

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