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Restrained woman jumps from moving ambulance

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A moving ambulance is not a Japanese bullet train; it does have brakes, door locks and restraints.

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Troup, TX:

Media coverage in Cherokee County is a mixture of bald-face lies, propaganda, innuendo, and illogical fiction. A recently polished article highlights the tragedy of a 36-year old alleged “mentally disturbed” woman from Troup, TX who died several weeks ago while being transported for observation after Cherokee County sheriff deputies were dispatched. It took a few days for them to get their stories straight, but here’s the one they are running with. The article “Troup woman dies after jumping from ambulance” is the perfect example of deliberate misdirection used to hide unlikely storylines. They even bury the obvious facts that would shed light on Cherokee County EMS transport procedures during non-life threatening situations and non-emergencies.

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(Courtesy: Tyler Paper)

According to the Tyler Paper, Crystal Delaune died on August 19, 2012 after jumping from a moving ETMC ambulance and landing in the middle of US 69 south of Jacksonville, TX.  (Source: Tyler Paper, August 28, 2012) Delaune had reportedly show signs of delusion and was being transported by stretcher to Mother Frances Jacksonville when she removed her restraints, unlocked the doors, and jumped according to Cherokee County paramedics. She had attempted to flee the ambulance at the scene and again in route when CCSO dispatch was notified, then told to disregard. On the final attempt, Delaune jumped from her stretcher and exited through the rear door while in route. (Source: CBS 19)

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Paramedics described how they tried to grab her before jumping from the moving vehicle; apparently the brakes were stuck and the power locks inaccessible. It would be ridiculous for EMTs to pull off on the side of the highway and gain control of a 120 lbs. woman. Instead the collective story for public consumption is akin to a scene from the Runaway Train movie “Unstoppable“- both as realistic and well-acted as the other. Apparently it does not occur to Cherokee County readers that an ambulance is capable of driving slowly on the shoulder instead of throwing patients out the back door.

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Written by Cherokee County, Texas

09/22/2012 at 6:15 AM

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  1. Yes! Finally something about the pot heads driving the Cherokee County EMS.

    Anonymous

    08/07/2013 at 8:12 AM

  2. Stupid idiots if she was f**ing restrained her family wouldn’t still be dealing with the negligence of etmc a year later and no time does not make it easier for me the family thank you so much to whoever posted this!

    Anonymous

    09/14/2013 at 12:00 AM


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