back in to the doctors, to Dr. Lovett and to Mr. Price, and
Mr. Price kept saying, I’m writing up a report, she’s not —-
‘cause Dr. Lovett was still browbeating him, just screaming
at him, he wanted her in there. And they were having a
real —- and I —— I mean, it was almost comical to me. And I
didn’t dare laugh, but it was —- I had never seen this man
be so childish about a situation.
So I went to them and said, Okay, you know, what
tests have you run? Have you done —- you know, what —— what
are her symptoms? He told me. ‘ I said, Have you done the
chest -- you know,’ ‘the x-rays? Yeah. Have you drawn the
blood? Yeah. Have you found anything? No.'
I said, Okay, what if she —- she wants to leave.
Is there any, reason -- I didn’t have access to the chart to
know what tests or what -- what -- what they did or what,
except that there’s a board in the emergency room with a
person’s name and the bed number they’re in and what’ ‘
tests -- they put a little dot, a magnetic marker, red
meaning it hasn’t been done, green meaning it’s been done,
and then it’s a progress board as to what tests and
Well, I took a look and saw what —- what they had
done. And so I knew where -- where they were going. So I