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Sweetwater police confirm that a staff nurse attending to a female patient, who was moments earlier admitted with head and neck lacerations, was attacked and savaged by the woman she was helping.
According to the Standard-Examiner, a late shift nurse at the Seven Palms Memorial Hospital's emergency entrance was set upon by the unidentified woman as she was being gurnied into the accident units main entrance.
Security were called and the woman, who a Police report claims "appeared to behave as a reanimate or person in the advanced stages of Necrotic development" also tried to attack the night guard.
The guard was able to subdue his attacker by using the gurney to pin her against the wall. This allowed other hospital staff members the ability to assist in subduing her until Police could arrive.
According to Police, the woman "refused to respond to requests to stop resisting. Several attempts to tazer her seemed to have no effect. It was at this point that the officer, later identified as 7 year veteran Cole Fraser, made the decision to terminate her due to her displaying recognizable symptoms of a reanimated attacker. And posing a considerable threat to all around."
The woman, who was admitted to the hospital, was reported to have been wandering in the desert by several motorists. She was later confirmed to be an undead carrier of the Necro-Mortosis virus.
In a statement released soon after the attack, officials said Seven Palms Memorial Hospital Health Systems has launched an internal investigation regarding photos taken while the woman was being treated in the emergency center on Feb. 14th.
Hospital spokesman David Cosman said "it appears photographs were taken of the patient's injuries and subsequent attack." The investigation will focus on whether employees e-mailed those photos to other people.
The investigation was launched immediately after the hospital learned that employees may have violated patient privacy laws.
Editors note: ZWN has received copies of these alleged photographs but will not publish them without the consent of Seven Palms Memorial Hospital.
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