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American Woman Secures Paralysed Husband to Hospital Bed During Hurricane: “Don’t Want Him to Die” [Video]

  • When the destructive Hurricane Ian hit Florida, Renee Smith had to use creative methods to save her husband’s life
  • She used duct tape, tarpaulin, blankets, pillows, and zip ties to tie her terminally ill husband to his hospital bed to prevent him from falling
  • Smith also gave her husband, who became immobile as a result of prostate cancer, a life jacket in case water flooded their home

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A woman in Florida had to get creative by using materials in the house to tie her immobile husband to the bed during Hurricane Ian, which battered their Punta Gorda home.

Renee Smith during an interview (r) destruction in Florida after Hurricane Ian. Photos: Screengrabs from NBC News.Source: UGC

Water flooded their home

Renee Smith used duct tape, tarpaulin, blankets, pillows, and zip ties to tie her terminally ill husband …

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