Relatives of a woman who died at a Georgia hospital hope the discovery of a resident doctor’s handbook will mean their wrongful death suit will be re-tried.

The key: Eight pages from a since-revised handbook used at Medical Center of Central Georgia that, in part, detailed admitting procedures for patients-such as Emma Crump — over 50 and complaining of “significant abdominal pain.”

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