An Australian radio station, which aired a prank on a nurse who took her life after the broadcast has donated USD 550,000 to her family.
The boss of '2Day FM' had said that staff from the station had tried to contact the hospital at least five times before airing the prank.
The Australian radio station at the centre of the hoax call death controversy has defended its act saying that it did try to get in touch with the hospital before airing the prank call.
News of Kate Middleton's pregnancy and her hospitalisation has generated a media frenzy all over the world.
The London hospital treating Kate for severe morning sickness admitted it had fallen for a prank call.
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