Medications used for COVID-19 patients part of murder investigation into Dr. Brian Nadler
2021-04-01 from cbc.ca
The medication used for COVID-19 patients at an eastern Ontario hospital is part of the murder investigation into Dr. Brian Nadler, CBC News has learned.
Nadler, a physician at the Hawkesbury and District General Hospital, has been charged with one count of first-degree murder in the death of patient Albert Poidinger, 89.
The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has said they are waiting for the results of post-mortem investigations into several other people who died at the hospital recently.
An OPP spokesperson has described the deaths as "potentially suspicious."
The OPP has not confirmed whether Poidinger was one of Nadler's patients nor whether he has links to other patients.
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