Natalie Clark, 82, had a history of mental health problems. She was admitted to a nursing home where she resided for approximately one year. During her time at the nursing home, staff administered a cocktail of antipsychotic medications, which included Haldol, Seroquel and Poloxin.
She developed neurological symptoms and painful contractures, which led to her hospitalization. This condition occurred after she was given these medicines.
Clark later died after suffering from pneumonia. She was survived by her adult son.