Keggins’ husband gave his body to the state-run Maryland Anatomy Board in 2015 after losing a battle with ALS. The error was one of several related to the “poor tracking of bodies, erroneous record-keeping and a donor’s cremains being mistakenly buried in a state cemetery.” The terms of the settlement were not disclosed.
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Widow, Maryland Come to Terms Over Cremation Mishap
Maryland resident Carmen Keggins and the state have agreed to a settlement as she was given the wrong ashes in the wake of her husband’s posthumous donation to science. So reports an NBC Washington.
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