CT scans show man with heart condition died in hospital

CT scans from the Lawrence Memorial Hospital in Brooklyn show a man with a heart condition who died in January, but he was alive when his relatives arrived at the hospital to find him there.

The man was in the ICU at the time of the emergency room visit and died from pneumonia.

The medical examiner ruled the death a homicide.

“We have had some pretty difficult weeks.

We are heartbroken and heartbroken for our loved ones,” said Dr. Jennifer J. Sorensen, who is the director of the ICUs and an associate professor of emergency medicine at Brooklyn College.

“But our focus is always on the person that is experiencing the most trauma and we will continue to support our loved one.”

The hospital, in an emergency room at 557 West Broadway, is the only medical facility in the borough with the authority to use the state’s death certificate as proof of death.

The hospital said in a statement that it “will continue to work to ensure that our patients are taken care of and are treated with dignity, respect and compassion.”

Sorensensen said the hospital will have an additional set of CT scans to be done as part of a more comprehensive evaluation of the patient, but declined to provide further details.