Two articles on the same story – Folole Muliaga dying just hours after her power was switched off because she owed $138 to the power company – when she was on an oxygen machine running off that power.
Interesting the two headlines – over in Australia, they lead with:
A decision by a power company to cut electricity to the home of a New Zealand woman on an oxygen machine who owed them money contributed to her death, a coroner has found.
What you might call the guts of the issue.
While here in Aotearoa, we have:
Family say legal action still option
The family of Folole Muliaga have not ruled out taking legal action against Mercury Energy and Counties Manukau Health Board after a report concluding a power cut that stopped oxygen therapy contributed to her death.
Quite a different slant.