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Letter to Editor on Rachel Bundy’s Death

Mom charged in daughter's death from rare disease
Nurse who treated girl at home for 'flu' accused of 'negligent homicide'

A Utah mother – and registered nurse – who treated her daughter's flu-like symptoms at home has been charged with negligent homicide after the 9-year-old girl died of a rare disease.


Rachel Bundy

Terece Bundy, 31, appeared in court on Friday to be charged in the death of her daughter Rachel who died of bacterial meningitis on March 4, 2005. Prosecutors allege Bundy's failure to seek sufficient treatment for Rachel's debilitating health was a crime.

"This is just a joke that this is taking place," said Rachel Talley, a friend of the family, who called Bundy a responsible, loving mother who did everything she could for her ill daughter. "She has every right to treat her child."

The girl had complained of headaches and a stiff neck beginning in early February – a condition treated by a chiropractor throughout that month. Although flu symptoms appeared on March 2, Bundy says Rachel was beginning to feel better on March 3.

Rachel's lingering illness took a turn for the worse the next day when her mother found her unconscious and not breathing. Despite a call to 911, the girl died.

Although deputy Utah County attorney Donna Kelly acknowledges that bacterial meningitis is a rare disease and the young girl's death was a tragedy, her office believes Bundy caused the girl's death by not taking her to the hospital for treatment.

Source World Net Daily

Last Updated ( Aug 18, 2006 at 04:50 PM )