An elderly woman dies after being punched out in confrontation with another patient at a Brooklyn Hospital.
86 year old Janie Marshall was punched out by 32-year-old Cassandra Lundy on Saturday for being to close for comfort amid the crisis.
NEW YORK POST reported that Marshall, who was at Woodhull Medical Center for a bowel obstruction, had “accidently grabbed a metal stand by where Cassandra Lundy was sitting. Lundy allegedly told a hospital officer that she punched her because Marshall “didn’t stay more than six feet away.”
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