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"The good news is that there have been no cases of the virus in Avoyelles, Parish Coroner Dr. L.J. Mayeux said."

This statement is FALSE! My neighbor was just admitted 2 weeks ago into Rapides hospital with the West Nile Virus! She is currently brain dead. She used to work at Bordelon's store in Plaucheville. Her mother lives near me.

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On 8/19/2018 at 4:19 PM, Disabled1 said:

"The good news is that there have been no cases of the virus in Avoyelles, Parish Coroner Dr. L.J. Mayeux said."

This statement is FALSE! My neighbor was just admitted 2 weeks ago into Rapides hospital with the West Nile Virus! She is currently brain dead. She used to work at Bordelon's store in Plaucheville. Her mother lives near me.

I know the family. My prayers go out to them.

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I was told that she is doing better, but has a long road to recovery. We will be Praying for her recovery.

I am just curious as to why the Parish Coroner didn't state this case of West Nile Virus! Was he trying to "DEEP SIX" it to prevent a scare? He knew about it, but it puzzles me WHY he never said anything! SMH!  ONLY in Avoyelles Parish!

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