The Rise of the Medical Emergency Pt. 52, July 12th Reports
No house is safe from zombie drivers, no corpse is safe from robbers, and in the UK you might not know you didn't even see a doctor. Another K-9 officer down. It's TROME
‘Two people were injured Wednesday when a car crashed into a house south of Wichita.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) said the driver of the vehicle had a medical emergency while driving north on Cedardale Ave. when they crossed 47th St. and crashed into the house.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The passenger of the vehicle had serious injuries, deputies say. The driver of the car was taken to a hospital, but deputies are not sure if it was from injuries sustained in the crash.’
2) Woman mugged retired Memphis homicide detective after he collapsed and died in his driveway, then used his phone to send herself $1,500 she spent on shoes and a MANICURE, cops say
‘A Tennessee woman was arrested for mugging the corpse of a retired homicide detective after he collapsed and died from a heart attack in his driveway.
Shuntae Daniels admitted to investigators that in the moments after beloved local cop Mark Lesure, 57, was struck by the medical emergency, she emptied his pockets and sent $1,500 to herself from his phone, according to an arrest affidavit.’ [Emphasis added]
Some of these stories…
‘The 30-year-old, who lived in London, was told her calf pain was a sprain, when she actually had a blood clot.
Her mother Marion said more regulation was needed around physician associates.’ [Emphasis added]
‘She believed she was speaking to a GP about her symptoms, but instead saw a physician associate, who gave a diagnosis of a sprained ankle.’ [Emphasis added]
‘She returned in November and highlighted her additional symptoms of shortness of breath and a swollen and hot leg.
At that appointment, the physician associate prescribed anxiety medication.
Ms Chesterton collapsed later that day and died in hospital on 8 November, three weeks after she first sought medical advice.’ [Emphasis added]
What a tangled mess.
‘"We went from coming down to see her for her 30th birthday to her dying in my arms," [her mother] said.’
‘According to the Forest Heights Police Department, K9 Kuno died after having a medical emergency while responding to a burglary call for service in Prince George's County.
Kuno is described as the original and longest-standing K9 with the Forest Hills Police Department. He worked alongside his handler Sergeant Grooms.
Police say K9 Kuno was 5 years old, with four years of service at his death.’ [Emphasis added]