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I was transported by ambulance from Covington to Evergreen hospital in Kirkland city in Washington State for a medical emergency. The hospital was full due to COVID-19 surge. I decided to leave the hospital instead of waiting indefinitely in the waiting area. I called 911 from the main street. The Kirkland fire Department came and called to an ambulance to transfer me to the Providence hospital in Everett WA. One of the ambulance staff was argumentative and racist. I decided to leave the area using my walker and fell to the sidewalk. The fire department chief told me it is illegal to sit on the sidewalk. Furthermore, he told me to never call 911, or I will be arrested. I noticed five SUVs circling me as soon as I started leaving the area. I was afraid for my life and ran as fast as I can towards residential areas in order to have witnesses in case they shoot me, I was traumatized and cried for about one hour.

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Loss
$5000
Preferred solution
Apology