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· Dangerous blood clots pose a perplexing coronavirus threat →
Some theorize that it may promote clotting by somehow injuring those vessels as it spreads.
· Sweet Magnolias: Three questions season two has to answer →
By the end of the episode, Maddie and her ex-husband Bill have just learnt that their son Kyle has been injured in a car crash, along with one other person.
· Margaret Maughan obituary →
Six months into her time there, she was severely injured when a vehicle in which she was travelling overturned near the airport in the capital of Lilongwe.
· Leipzig's Poulsen out for 'foreseeable future' →
Poulsen, 25, was injured after a heavy tackle early in the 5-0 win at Mainz, which moved Leipzig move up to third in the Bundesliga behind leaders Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, who meet on Tuesday.
· Milan confirm injury to Ibrahimovic's right leg →
Veteran AC Milan forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic has injured his right leg in training and will undergo a scan in 10 days, the Serie A club said in a statement on Tuesday.
· COVID-19 lawsuit takes on McDonald's like it was a rowdy bar →
Unlike a typical lawsuit, it does not generally require proof that the defendant directly injured someone.
· Police arrest one man, searching for another after disabled man robbed at ATM →
Witnesses assisted the man – who was not injured – and police were contacted.
· Zlatan Ibrahimovic: AC Milan striker suffers calf injury →
But, tests have confirmed the former Manchester United forward has injured his right calf, rather than his Achilles tendon.
· DAP ex-minister: Najib got it wrong, Socso project for work injuries rehab not in Ipoh Barat constituency →
KUALA LUMPUR, May 26 — Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak was wrong to claim that a Social Security Organisation (Socso) centre for rehabilitation services of those injured at workplaces or workers who are ill is located in the Ipoh Barat constituency, former human resources minister M. Kulasegaran said today when setting the record straight on this issue.
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· Airbus experts probe plane crash that killed 97 in Pakistan →
Eight people on the ground were injured.