March 19, 2009
Posted: 05:39 PM ET
Tonight, New York City's Medical Examiner's Office ruled actress and mother of two Natasha Richardson's accidental death was caused by blunt impact to her head. So, what happened in the moments following her fall on a Canadian ski slope and why were paramedics, who, reportedly, arrived within minutes turned away?
Reporters and medical experts with the latest join Larry to talk about today's developments.
Then, how can you prevent a similar tragedy? Would a helmet have helped? What should you watch for if you or someone you love falls? Our experts help you with the answers tonight!
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Meanwhile, tributes pour-in from Hollywood's elite. "... She is irreplaceable in our lives; She gave us so much, so generously," said Meryl Streep.
"She was a wonderful woman and actress and treated me like I was her own," said Lindsay Lohan.
Regis Philbin said, "She was a lady. I can't tell you enough what a good person she was ..."
Also on the program tonight: Mitt Romney! His party's in turmoil...its leaders in question. How would Mitt Romney handle the AIG mess and bring the Republican Party back from the brink? He'll join Larry on set in L.A., to talk these and other topics.
It's all tonight on "Larry King Live," at 9 p.m., ET.
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