A nurse is a nurse, and she was working to care for her dying husband when she became trapped by the bedside table of a nursing home in Sacramento.
A nursing home manager and her husband were trapped inside a bed when a door opened and they were forced to move the bed.
It happened at Sunrise Nursing Home on the city’s outskirts in Sacramento, California.
The home, operated by Sunrise Medical Center, has a full-time nurse and an on-call nurse.
The couple, both in their late 50s, had been caring for a patient who had been in the hospital for about two weeks.
The patient was not in the intensive care unit.
The home manager called 911, and paramedics responded.
The nurse was trapped inside the bed, but the manager called out that she had been locked inside.
The couple said they had called 911 before and were not sure what happened.
When the nurse opened the door, she was able to get out.
She managed to get up, but she was not able to reach her husband, who was in a chair and was bleeding from his head.
The husband had to be rushed to the hospital.
The manager called a nurse who arrived a short time later, but there was no one there.
She called 911 again and again.
No one was there.
The nursing home had just opened for the day, and the couple said it was an unusual time to be working.
They said the couple could have worked on other duties at the nursing homes and been there at night, but they were not happy about the situation.