Virginia Woman Sues after Allegedly Being Dropped During Transport

She claims responders caused "severe injuries"


 
 

SWVA Today | | Wednesday, January 23, 2013


WYTHE COUNTY, Va. — Claiming that first responders dropped and injured her during a hospital transport, a Max Meadows woman is suing the Lead Mines Volunteer Rescue Squad for more than $1 million.

An attorney for Ruby Mooney filed the lawsuit on Jan. 10 in Wythe County Circuit Court. Listed as John Doe 1 and John Doe 2, two squad members are also named as defendants.

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