'This is crazy': Nurse arrested for doing her job

'This is crazy': Nurse arrested for doing her job

'This is crazy': Nurse arrested for doing her job

A nurse from the University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City has released police body cam and hospital surveillance videos to alert the public of what she said was an unlawful arrest and assault by a Salt Lake City Police officer.

Salt Lake City Police Detective Jeff Payne reportedly asked the nurse, Alex Wubbels, for the blood sample of a driver involved in a fiery auto crash from late July, according to Deseret News.

In the video, Wubbels can be seen explaining that she was not authorized to hand over the blood because the truck driver was unconscious and unable to give consent.

"I'm doing what I'm being told by my boss, and I'm going to do what my boss says", a clearly aggravated Payne told the nurse, saying she was allowed to take the blood via what is known as "implied consent".

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"This is something that you guys agreed to with this hospital", the nurse told Payne.

Payne said he wanted the blood sample to the protect, not punish the patient, according to the Salt Lake Tribune.

"Interfering with a criminal investigation", Payne replies. Payne is still on duty, but has been removed from the blood draw program during the investigation, KSL reports. But she said that law was changed years ago.

He is seen pulling her arms behind her and then places handcuffs around her wrists, as he yanks her to the back of the patrol vehicle. The police department has also ordered more training for officers who work with medical providers.

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"Then walk", ordered the officer. "I've done nothing wrong!" - has prompted an internal police investigation. Payne can be heard talking about his other job as an ambulance driver, and how Wubbels' arrest might affect that.

Wubbels, whose maiden name is Alex Shaffers, was a two-time Olympian in alpine skiing, competing in the 1998 and 2002 Winter Olympics.

Porter complimented Salt Lake City for listening to her client's concerns and stepping up to the plate.

Wubbles was later released and no charges were put on her but during a press conference on Thursday (31 August), she released the video footage of the incident as evidence of how health care workers are being bullied and harassed by the authorities.

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