It couldn't have been a CAT scan, which is just a glorified, spinning x-ray
machine, basically. I heard it was an MRI. I don't dispute Stephen -- he sounds
like he knows what he's talking about, but I can't remember any more than what I


> Stephen Beecroft:
> >-Marc-
> >> ... a tech had inadvertently left an oxygen cylinder in the
> >> room, and when the MRI was turned on, it got sucked
> >> right into the core, killing the poor patient (a young boy)
> >> instantly.
> > Unless MRI technology has changed significantly in the
> > last 7-8 years, I find this a bit hard to swallow.
> I heard the story pretty much as Marc described it.  I didn't
> hear a retraction.  Maybe it wasn't an MRI or was a CAT
> scan or something, or maybe the report wasn't accurate,
> but I do remember hearing about it a few months ago on
> the radio and reading about it in the paper.
> Larry Jackson
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Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada -- Gateway to the Boreal Parkland

“Man will occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of the time he will pick
himself up and continue on” – Winston Churchill

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