Swine flu victim's husband in jab call


The husband of a new mother from Suffolk who died after catching swine flu has urged people at risk to have the flu injection.

Sarah Applin, of Thurston, died on Tuesday at the West Suffolk Hospital where she developed complications with pneumonia after swine flu treatment.

Her son William, who was delivered by Caesarean section on 22 December, is in the special care baby unit.

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