The radio station behind the prank call to the hospital where the Duchess of Cambridge was being treated for acute morning sickness is promising to give a large sum of money to the victim's family.
Nurse Jacintha Saldanha was filling in on the switchboard at King Edward VII's Hospital and answered a call from two Australian DJs who were pretending to be Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles inquiring about Kate Middleton's wellbeing. Saldanha forwarded that call to a nurse who was looking after the Duchess.
At first, the prank was treated as kind of a lark by the international press, but then word came that Saldanha had been found dead, the victim of an apparent suicide.
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Now, the company behind the radio station tells the Sydney Morning Herald they will donate the profits from advertising sales for the rest of the year to Saldanha's family, a sum of at least half a million dollars.