The two former paramedics are now facing criminal charges for taking selfies with 41 patients, most of them intubated, sedated, or otherwise unconscious.
The two former paramedics are now facing criminal charges for taking selfies with 41 patients, most of them intubated, sedated, or otherwise unconscious. Christopdesoto
The two former paramedics are now facing criminal charges for taking selfies with 41 patients, most of them intubated, sedated, or otherwise unconscious. Christopdesoto

Paramedics take photos of 38 unconscious patients as part of ‘selfie war’

July 22, 2016 9:35 AM

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