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Girl allegedly punches nurse while in ER

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 07:51 a.m. HST, Jul 03, 2013



A 16-year-old girl is facing assault charges after she allegedly punched a nurse in a hospital emergency room Tuesday night.

Police said the teenager was being treated when she allegedly attacked the 27-year-old nurse who suffered injuries to her face.

The suspect was arrested on suspicion of second-degree assault and then released pending further investigation.







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allie wrote:
yikes..meth head gone wild. Lot of that going on
on July 3,2013 | 07:55AM
Bdpapa wrote:
Doesn't sound like drugs. It appears to be an anger management issue.
on July 3,2013 | 08:05AM
allie wrote:
meth fuels anger..especially violent anger
on July 3,2013 | 10:44AM
atilter wrote:
one can only surmise that allie's commentary offering no doubt stems from the heart - and personal empirics...hmmmm?!
on July 3,2013 | 07:35PM
false wrote:
Thinking the same thing. Wow! allie giving a lot away today.
on July 4,2013 | 06:22AM
96706 wrote:
,,,, or another drug baby coming of age.
on July 3,2013 | 08:10AM
2NDC wrote:
Past experience?
on July 3,2013 | 10:30AM
ponowai wrote:
Hey allie, next time you go home slap your parents for raising you.
on July 4,2013 | 06:46AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
Yikes! Allie's here!
on July 3,2013 | 08:06AM
gobows wrote:
Maybe the nurse poked her with a needle?
on July 3,2013 | 09:42AM
Aieagrl wrote:
If this happened at kaiser I would understand why. Nurses there are horrible people. So if it was, good for the nurse.
on July 3,2013 | 10:22AM
allie wrote:
yikes!
on July 3,2013 | 10:44AM
jess wrote:
That's because Kaiser fired their nurses and replaced them with CNA's & LPN's
on July 3,2013 | 04:12PM
SteveToo wrote:
Never met a bad nurse at Kaiser.
on July 3,2013 | 09:47PM
bumba wrote:
Neither have I. Aieagrl, you should have stayed in school, you could have actually graduated from Alvah Scott. Put your pipe down for a few minutes.
on July 4,2013 | 04:26AM
false wrote:
Kaiser has talented people for sure in all departments, but take the word of experience, you always need a family advocate to watch over you. Heard a doctor not answer an emergency code report "I was putting a band aide on my toe". They're human, they mistakes and can misreading the allergy information in your file. Don't be beguiled by Emergency Care. They are walking and talking and .... human beings with the same potentials.
on July 4,2013 | 06:26AM
kolohepalu wrote:
People have no respect anymore. If there is a specific law against attacking cops or firemen, it should apply to medical personnel as well.
on July 3,2013 | 08:55PM
false wrote:
Hard to believe anyone would be stupid enough to provoke someone with sharp objects in their hands... A nurse, corpsman, medic... would be the LAST person I'd want upset with me. LOL
on July 3,2013 | 10:16PM
BadBingo wrote:
Her parents must be really proud of her and the job they did raising her.
on July 4,2013 | 02:53AM
false wrote:
Were her parents with her? Who took her to emergency? That emergency doesn't always let an advocate attend through the entry process. So if that's the case then the institution is open to question.
on July 4,2013 | 06:28AM
false wrote:
Know of an old person who was abused in a sleep lab. Would have been better if he had the courage to get up and leave. He lay bound at the chin for hours. Every patient has to know when to leave and find other resources. Patients still have the right to say, "No" and go. Can't go back to emergency because of being chastised for smoking. Old person just can't quit, but at 80 what's the point? The damage is done. Provide palliative care and let him live as best he's able because he started at 7. No going back to emergency. Just as well. Dying on his own terms.
on July 4,2013 | 06:35AM
Anonymous wrote:
Yikes! But I heard that this type of thing happens all the time in North Dakota, hon. One of my professors told me so.
on July 4,2013 | 09:50AM
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