Canadian Woman Films Her Own Stroke

Stacey Yepes, 49, started filming with her smartphone after the left side of her body went numb.
1:23 | 06/18/14

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And since -- is happening again. Designer Liz said style. So to Elaine on the left side. -- left side. The doctors had to -- and -- our managers stress. And trying. I don't know why is this happening to change. And then this morning and -- -- it left the hospital Monday narrated led to a third in the morning. So amount that you -- for an example -- what happens. It's six Florida three -- man desire to lift out. And -- -- something. Stick my nose. --

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