The owners of an Australian radio station called an emergency meeting Sunday to discuss the mounting crisis over a prank call following the death of a nurse at a London hospital treating Prince William's wife Kate.
Police stand outside King Edward VII Hospital on December 7 after nurse Jacintha Saldanha was found dead at nearby staff accomodations. The owners of 2Day FM has called an emergency meeting Sunday to discuss the mounting crisis over a prank call following the death of Saldanha.
Executives at Southern Cross Austereo, owners of 2Day FM, were to consider a letter from King Edward VII's Hospital chairman Lord Simon Glenarthur, protesting the "appalling" hoax "in the strongest possible terms".
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