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    Philly Men Transport SIX Dead Coronavirus Patients to Medical Examiner via Pickup Truck
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    A Philadelphia-area hospital transported several corpses in the open bed of a pick-up truck to the in broad daylight, Your Content has learned. Horrific photos obtained by the

    The Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed that five or six bodies came from a local hospital in ‘am unapproved manner.’

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    When the pickup truck first arrived to the center the bodies in the cargo bed were covered in mats. They were then unloaded into refrigerated trailers on site.

    ‘It is absolutely counter to existing and longstanding Medical Examiner’s Office normal transfer protocols and the transferring hospital was strongly reminded of those protocols,’ Communications Director James Garrow said.

    The Einstein Healthcare Network, which operates the Einstein Medical Center, said Monday it was demanding an update on pandemic protocols from its transportation contractor.

    According to officials, Einstein, along with other hospitals in the region, contracts with a funeral home to transfer bodies to the Medical Examiner’s Office.

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    Shocking photos obtained by DailyMail.com show bodies of corpses stacked in the back of a pickup truck and delivered to the Joseph W. Spellman Medical Examiner Building on Sunday afternoon. Workers pictured assisting the driver of the truck unload bodies in the truck onto a gurney

    The Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed that five or six bodies came from a local hospital in ‘an unapproved manner’. The bodies were brought to the center to be stored in refrigerated trailers meant to ease the overcrowding at hospitals and funeral homes around the city. The driver of the pickup truck pictured standing on the bodies on Sunday


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