Enforce the Failure to Rescue Law in Kansas

Enforce the Failure to Rescue Law in Kansas

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Morrigan Miller passed away 01-17-2020. When they did the autopsy, they found fentanyl in her system. It was an accidental overdose. She was in treatment and getting sober, and someone had given her a pill that caused the overdose. I won’t name him or give any hints to who he is, because he isn’t charged with her death and nothing legal has came out of this yet, but “he” was with her as she started showing signs of overdosing. There is exchanged text messages from him to her, she never saw because she was already gone, of him stating she fell off her bed and he couldn’t pick her up, she stopped breathing, he took her shirt off thinking it constricted her breathing, he attempted CPR on her and then rolled her to her side and left her laying on the ground. Her mother was 10 foot down the hall, and also a nurse to add, and he didn’t get Morrigan any sort of help. She could still be here with us if he would’ve gotten the appropriate help she needed. He didn’t warn any friends or family what had happened to her that night. He obviously knew she wasn’t okay, because the next morning she had not answered his texts and he said “he knew something was wrong” and asked her other friend to come check on her with him. He ran free and isn’t paying for her death, when he should be the one charged with her death for leaving her all alone on the floor that night. We just want justice for Morrigan as it seems it isn’t happening. If someone was with someone leading up to their death and didn’t get them help, they should be the one paying for their life. There should be some sort of legal action taken to have justice for the families involved. There is a law called “failure to rescue”, but it isn’t enforced in Kansas. Help Morrigan’s Law become a law. Morrigan didn’t pass away for no reason, her reason is to save deaths that could’ve been prevented like hers. 

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