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Nurse in British royal prank was found hanged: inquest

MP Keith Vaz addresses the media outside Westminster Coroner's Court following an inquest hearing into the death of a British nurse who committed suicide after being taken in by a prank call to a hospital treating Prince William's pregnant wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, in London December 13, 2012. Nurse Jacintha Saldanha's committed suicide after being taken in by a prank call to the hospital, police said on Thursday. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

MP Keith Vaz addresses the media outside Westminster Coroner's Court following an inquest hearing into the death of a British nurse who committed suicide after being taken in by a prank call to a hospital treating Prince William's pregnant wife...more

MP Keith Vaz addresses the media outside Westminster Coroner's Court following an inquest hearing into the death of a British nurse who committed suicide after being taken in by a prank call to a hospital treating Prince William's pregnant wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, in London December 13, 2012. Nurse Jacintha Saldanha's committed suicide after being taken in by a prank call to the hospital, police said on Thursday. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
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Police officers stand outside Westminster Coroner's Court during an inquest hearing into the death of a British nurse who committed suicide after being taken in by a prank call to a hospital treating Prince William's pregnant wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, in London December 13, 2012. Nurse Jacintha Saldanha committed suicide after being taken in by a prank call to the hospital, police said on Thursday. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

Police officers stand outside Westminster Coroner's Court during an inquest hearing into the death of a British nurse who committed suicide after being taken in by a prank call to a hospital treating Prince William's pregnant wife Catherine, Duchess...more

Police officers stand outside Westminster Coroner's Court during an inquest hearing into the death of a British nurse who committed suicide after being taken in by a prank call to a hospital treating Prince William's pregnant wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, in London December 13, 2012. Nurse Jacintha Saldanha committed suicide after being taken in by a prank call to the hospital, police said on Thursday. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
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