Several nurses at a New York hospital who had just been praised for their frontline battle with the fearsome coronavirus ended their hard day's work shift on the night shift only to find out that someone had cracked their car tires..
Fox News confirmed that New York State Police reported that the wheels of 22 cars were found with the wheels flat on Friday morning at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital in the Hudson Valley in Cortlandt.
Just before the incident, dozens of police and fire officials had rallied outside the hospital Thursday night to applaud medical personnel who, like their colleagues around New York state, are trying to save the greatest number of possible lives even at the risk of yours.
The officials of the hospital assured for their part the Journal News that they will pay for the expenses caused in the cars of the medical personnel. "We were shocked when we found out what happened, especially during these difficult times when our employees are working in such a brave and tireless way," at the height of this Covid-19 pandemic that has engulfed the tragedy to New York City.
In reference to this case, the arrest of 29-year-old Daniel R. Hall was carried out, with criminal charges and drug possession. The man carried a small amount of PCP, according to police. The suspect will have to go to court on May 18 and it is not yet known if he has a lawyer who can represent him.
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