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“I was in a coma. I couldn’t very well wake up and say, ‘Hey, take me to the next hospital.’ It was the closest hospital to where I had my event, so naturally the ambulance took me there. No fault to them. It’s unfortunate that Meriter is in network and was only three blocks away from St. Mary’s,” Rothbauer said.
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