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News - February 15, 2013

On-call nurses allege they must sleep in cars

After Packard nurse is victim of smash-and-grab auto burglary, questions raised about hospital's responsibility

by Sue Dremann

The Jan. 23 burglary of a Lucile Packard Children's Hospital nurse's car while she slept in it has become a lightning rod for nurses who allege hospital managers are not providing the safe sleeping quarters required by their union contract.

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Staff Writer Sue Dremann can be emailed at sdremann@paweekly.com.

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