12/11/11 Reflections on John Lennon’s death from a surgery resident who cared for him
On December 8, 1980, Dr. David Halleran was a surgical resident at Roosevelt Hospital in mid-town Manhattan, when the police brought in a victim of four gunshots. As he cared for the patient, someone looked through the patient’s wallet for identification. The driver’s license read: John Lennon.
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