More Caboolture Hospital horror stories come forward | 7NEWS

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A brave mother has broken down, detailing alleged abuse suffered by her disabled son at Caboolture Hospital.

It’s the latest on a growing list of disturbing claims, some of which were today shared at a crisis meeting.

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