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Resource ID: #13948
Subject: Mental Health
Source: New Times (Phoenix)


Donald Ellison was a seriously mentally ill Vietnam veteran who collapsed on the streets of Phoenix in July 1996 and quickly died of heat-related organ failure. The death came one day after his seemingly inexplicable release from a county psychiatric ward. The New Times describes how two agencies that were legally responsible for Ellision's welfare failed him miserably. (October 24, November 21, December 19, 1996)

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