California Paramedics Refuse To Enter Care Facility To Aid Heart Attack Patient

It’s hard to imagine why two paramedics tasked with the responsibility of saving lives, would stand by outside a post-acute-care facility citing “some COVID-19 law” as a reason for refusing to enter the center, while the cardiac arrest individual inside the facility slowly succumbs and dies.

Still, according to a Rialto Police Department report, that’s exactly what took place. At about 7:50 p.m. on the evening of November 11th, a Rialto police officer responded to an emergency call from the facility’s care staff. When the officer arrived on the scene, he saw two paramedics from the Rialto Fire Department standing outside the facility refusing to enter, citing some sort of COVID-19 law. Read more

 

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