Meningitis warning triggered by man's death

Jameek Lowery died after going to a New Jersey police station on Jan. 5 and broadcasting his final conscious moments on Facebook Live.
0:30 | 01/10/19

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I helpful warning a rising in Paterson after the death of the man pleading for help and set a police station Parris and it turns out. He had a contagious disease to be glowering died on the way to the hospital after posting video himself desperately seeking help you told the officers yet taken the drug Ecstasy. Now reports quoting sources say Larry suffer from spinal meningitis. And it had spread to his brain. The Patterson department of health is compiling lists of anyone who had direct contact with Lowry in the last two weeks before his death those people will need to be treated with antibiotics.

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