Ms Efrat, i'm afraid, is also to blame for her own death, however distasteful that sounds. If one has an allergy that serious, they can't simply rely on the word of a stranger. If you're willing to risk your life by eating at restaurants in the first place, at least order dishes that you know absolutely cannot have nuts, yet she ordered chocolate spread!! I would be very surprised if anyone is criminally charged in this case. Chefs cannot be charged with manslaughter for mistakingly reaching for the wrong jar of chocolate, unless the restaurant specifically promotes itself as a nut-free establishment. Why, perhaps if the chef has even used the nut free spread, the knife he used may have just been used in the other one and that would have killed her also. And where was her Epipen? May she rest in peace.
Hello user Logout | profile
You have watched of 10 articles
Bahrain says ready to commit ground forces to Syria (Reuters)