Nurse arrested for following hospital policy

the disturbing video comes from the
inside of an emergency room and the woman screaming a burn unit nurse who is
being arrested by a Salt Lake City police officer the incident captured by
police and hospital cameras happened in July but now the district attorney says
he wants a criminal investigation University of Utah nurse Alix wubble
says she was just doing her job following Hospital protocol by refusing
to let police take a blood sample from an unconscious patient nope wubble says
detective Jeff Payne demanded a blood sample from a car crash victim who was
in a coma and severely burned his truck smashed by a car racing from police
according to local media Bob Wills calmly explains the policy for obtaining
blood she even gets her supervisor on the phone who backs her up the tension
only escalates she's the one that has told me no okay no we're done we're done
you're under arrest we'll go we're done Salt Lake City's
police chief apologized and said what happened was unacceptable I was alarmed
I want to be very clear we take this very seriously we're now wobbles isn't
filing a lawsuit I feel very strongly and giving people the benefit of the
doubt and I surely believe that he was honest in his apology and sincere and
his willingness to try and make change and make things better police release
wobbles without charges that day after she sat in the police car for 20 minutes
detective Payne said in a written report that his watch commander advised him to
arrest the nurse for interfering with a police investigation
hey another officer on administrative leave
as internal investigators looked into this startling incident dan Simon CNN
Salt Lake City

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