A Blair County jury has awarded $10.8 million to a man who sustained a brain injury after suffering an allergic reaction to a substance administered to him in a hospital.

The verdict was awarded to plaintiff Christopher Miller, who sued Tyrone Hospital for negligence and medical malpractice for allegedly failing to appropriately respond to his allergic reaction to a contrast medium, a liquid given to patients undergoing radiological imaging to make results clearer.

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