A nurse who was dragged out of a hospital for refusing a police officer permission take a blood sample from an unconscious patient has been awarded $500,000 compensation. Alex Wubbels was following hospital policy when she told Detective Jeff Payne he needed a warrant or the consent of the patient to draw blood after a July 26 car crash.
The officer had neither and then arrested Wubbels when she refused his request, dragging her outside the University of Utah hospital in Salt Lake City and handcuffing her as she screamed she had done nothing wrong. The incident, which occurred on July 26, was caught on camera and caused widespread anger at the time. MORE
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