Florida paramedics ‘racially profiled’ loss of life woman

Nicole Galloway died five days after her mother drove her to hospital Symbol copyright CBS/ Facebook Image caption Nicole Galloway died 5 days after her mom drove her to hospital

4 US paramedics accused of racially profiling and failing to supply hospital treatment to a death woman face a disciplinary listening to on Tuesday.

Crystle Galloway’s mother says medics assumed the Tampa, Florida, circle of relatives could not manage to pay for the ambulance cost.

The 30-yr-old’s mom drove her to medical institution instead. Ms Galloway slipped in to a coma after struggling a presumed stroke, and died five days later.

Hillsborough County officers have already widely wide-spread responsibility.

The incident came about early at the morning of four July this year, days after Ms Galloway had given delivery via Caesarean section.

The unnamed lady, who suffered a deep laceration after her leg was trapped between the teach automobile and the platform, reportedly informed passengers: “Do you know how much an ambulance costs?”

A journalist who witnessed the accident tweeted: “‘It’s $THREE,000,” she wailed. ‘I can’t come up with the money for that.'”

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