“Sky News reports that an active serviceman has been arrested and says the injuries are described as life-threatening.”
“The victim's injuries were described as life-threatening, and he died early Thursday morning.”
“He had received several stab wounds and is in hospital where his condition is described as life-threatening, a spokesman for West Midlands Police said.”
“A Reuters analysis of significant complaints to the FDA over the Medtronic Paradigm Veo found about two dozen reports connected to the device, including one incident involving an overdose of insulin that was described as life-threatening and at least two others that sent patients to the hospital with high blood-glucose levels.”
“She has reached what her lawyers called a life-threatening weight, around 85 pounds, and can't walk or stand without assistance from prison guards.”
“Shortly thereafter, Evan, who was around two years old at the time, had the first in a series of what McCarthy described as life-threatening seizures.”
“Only Ric would call our life-threatening expedition to an underground empire of ancient vampires “crashing a party.””
“The victim remains in a hospital with injuries that police described as life-threatening.”
“The Supreme Court summarized what happened next: In March 1984, Randy DeShaney beat 4-year-old Joshua so severely that he fell into a life-threatening coma.”
“With all the potentially life-threatening conditions around him, including hers, his least concern was her anguish about her mistake.”
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