Politics 8 December 2012 Radio boss says hospital hoax not illegal The station is "incredibly saddened" by death of nurse Print HTML Rhys Holleran, head of the Austereo network which owns radio station 2Day FM, has said he is "confident we haven't done anything illegal" in relation to the hoax call to the hospital at which Kate Middleton was treated. A nurse, Jacintha Saldanha, was found dead three days after taking the hoax call from the 2Day FM presenters. Holleran said: "We are satisfied that the procedures we have in place have been met. Our main concern at this point in time is that what has happened is deeply tragic and we are incredibly saddened and incredibly affected by that... This is a tragic event that could not have reasonably been foreseen and we are deeply saddened by it. He added: "I think that prank calls as a craft in radio had been going on for decades. They are done worldwide and no one could have reasonably foreseen what happened." › Morning Call: pick of the papers The King VII hospital where Kate Middleton was treated (Getty Images) Subscribe More Related articles Michelle Obama's powerful speech demolishes Donald Trump without even mentioning his name Could Jeremy Corbyn still be excluded from the leadership race? The High Court will rule today Which CLPs are nominating who in the 2016 Labour leadership contest?