'A woman in a hospital gown and stockinged feet was discharged from a Baltimore hospital and dumped outside in the cold at a bus shelter. A witness who captured the incident on his cell came to her assistance.
“I saw the unthinkable: another human being in a wheelchair being wheeled out in the dead of cold,” Imamu Baraka, a psychotherapist told Associated Press on Thursday.
The almost six-minute video, which was posted on social media and quickly went viral, opens with Baraka talking to four security guards who are seen pushing an empty wheelchair back toward the University of Maryland Medical Center after leaving a woman at the bus shelter on Wednesday night.
“Wait! So you’re all just gonna leave this lady out here with no clothes on,” Baraka asked the security guards who just mumble in response.
When Baraka persisted with “That is not okay!”
One guard replied “Those are the circumstances of what it was.”
“Then you need to call the police,” retorted Baraka. The security re-enter the hospital as he adds “So you just gonna leave this lady out here like this?”
Baracka explained to reporters he filmed the incident on Tuesday night because he didn’t think anybody would believe him if he reported a woman being left at a bus stop like that.'
Read more: ‘Unthinkable’: Woman in hospital gown left on wintry Baltimore street
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