New York Giants pass rusher Jason Pierre-Paul, who injured his hand during a fireworks mishap in South Florida over the Fourth of July weekend, had his right index finger amputated, according to an ESPN report that divulged the star defensive end’s private patient records from his treatment at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
New York Giants pass rusher Jason Pierre-Paul, who injured his hand during a fireworks mishap in South Florida over the Fourth of July weekend, had his right index finger amputated, according to an ESPN report that divulged the star defensive end’s private patient records from his treatment at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Seth Wenig AP
New York Giants pass rusher Jason Pierre-Paul, who injured his hand during a fireworks mishap in South Florida over the Fourth of July weekend, had his right index finger amputated, according to an ESPN report that divulged the star defensive end’s private patient records from his treatment at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Seth Wenig AP

NFL player’s medical record leaked after amputation at Jackson Memorial Hospital

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