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A lawsuit has been filed alleging a young mother was allowed to die in her cell in a Mississippi County jail, the St. Louis Riverfront Times reports.

On a night in May of 2015, after a car accident, Somer Nunnally, 21,  was arrested by Charleston police on suspicion of DUI. Police brought Nunnally to a hospital, where they gathered evidence and documented her intoxication, but did not attempt to determine whether she was in need of help, or if she had overdosed on the pills they knew she had taken.

After a blood sample Nunnally would be taken to Mississippi County jail. According to the lawsuit, footage from within the jail shows the young mother struggling to keep herself upright, and later drifting in and out of consciousness. The lawsuit alleges that her jailers stood by and laughed as this happened.

“This particular case, it really is a tragedy,” attorney Sam Wendt told the Riverfront Times. “They had an awful lot of time to provide her with medical care,” which he says they did not ultimately do.


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