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dsc Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-17-10 05:43 PM
Response to Reply #96
97. no the OP said a doctor in the store saved the customers life
the pharmasist didn't do anything.
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  -The CVS inhaler article reminds me of a time we had an employee near death at Target TwixVoy  Oct-16-10 04:58 PM   #0 
  - What a horribly story. I'm glad you and a Dr. were there to help this poor woman  secondwind   Oct-16-10 05:02 PM   #1 
  - You are a true hero.  dkf   Oct-16-10 05:03 PM   #2 
  - A teacher I know collapsed at school and the school nurse refused to help her  proud2BlibKansan   Oct-16-10 05:03 PM   #3 
  - It is the lawsuit environment  nadinbrzezinski   Oct-16-10 11:58 PM   #33 
  - I thought their were good samaritan laws  drm604   Oct-17-10 09:21 AM   #50 
     - And that does notvstop them  nadinbrzezinski   Oct-17-10 09:57 AM   #55 
  - Neither can the law  MedicalAdmin   Oct-17-10 10:01 AM   #56 
  - It is a matter of legal liability. Unfortunately, someone can do a lot of harm  JDPriestly   Oct-17-10 02:48 PM   #79 
  - A friend's granddaughter died at middle school  catrose   Oct-17-10 04:48 PM   #89 
  - What a horrible experience.  Ineeda   Oct-16-10 05:05 PM   #4 
  - Holy crap what a story.  zeemike   Oct-16-10 05:08 PM   #5 
  - " It's very interesting how people in the retail business don't seem to have any common sense or e  Jane Austin   Oct-16-10 05:09 PM   #6 
  - Wow!  MrScorpio   Oct-16-10 05:09 PM   #7 
  - I work at Wal-mart  Terra Alta   Oct-16-10 05:15 PM   #8 
  - What about the Walmart that wouldn't let a worker out of the building  herbm   Oct-17-10 09:39 AM   #52 
  - The supervisor should have been arrested  Scruffy1   Oct-17-10 05:09 PM   #95 
  - It happened in ours  Thav   Oct-17-10 02:25 PM   #75 
  - when i worked at wal-mart....  keroro gunsou   Oct-17-10 04:00 PM   #83 
     - It ain't the employees, its the freakin management! A lot of the employess lost thier other job/busi  herbm   Oct-18-10 09:48 AM   #102 
  - I'm sorry you work there. I do too.  Lucian   Oct-17-10 02:33 PM   #76 
  - comforting to know I'm not the only one here  Terra Alta   Oct-17-10 02:55 PM   #80 
     - I've been there for five months...  Lucian   Oct-17-10 03:04 PM   #81 
  - Yep. I experienced the same thing working at Walmart.  jennied   Oct-17-10 04:20 PM   #86 
  - My last casino job: If you collapsed at a game you were dealing,  Systematic Chaos   Oct-16-10 05:32 PM   #9 
  - If you were written up, you should have immediately written to the home office.  Tesha   Oct-16-10 05:33 PM   #10 
  - I would also have told the person who wrote me up that  pipi_k   Oct-16-10 05:56 PM   #11 
  - Nah, the person who collapsed was an employee.  Mariana   Oct-16-10 07:07 PM   #22 
  - You are a hero.  yellerpup   Oct-16-10 06:06 PM   #12 
  - In defense of both the pharmasist and the nurse mentioned in this thread  dsc   Oct-16-10 06:07 PM   #13 
  - No. Good samaritan laws would have protected them.  gristy   Oct-16-10 06:17 PM   #14 
  - not necessarily  dsc   Oct-16-10 06:21 PM   #15 
  - I believe you are mistaken. Can you provide any backup for this claim?  gristy   Oct-16-10 06:38 PM   #17 
  - your own wiki article for one  dsc   Oct-16-10 06:39 PM   #18 
     - where?  gristy   Oct-16-10 06:43 PM   #19 
        - Here  dsc   Oct-16-10 06:52 PM   #20 
           - ok. Though I have to say that this is such a narrow rendering  gristy   Oct-16-10 07:11 PM   #23 
           - What the article is referring to is how good Sam laws cover non licensed personnel  MedicalAdmin   Oct-17-10 10:38 AM   #60 
  - Not according to the Red Cross training I've received  PVnRT   Oct-18-10 12:44 PM   #103 
  - A pharmacist friend of mine was sued for saving a little girl's life with  tblue37   Oct-16-10 08:02 PM   #26 
     - What was that about? Did the girl's parents sue him for saving her life?  Incitatus   Oct-17-10 02:27 AM   #37 
     - I can easily believe a company would not defend an employee  Mimosa   Oct-17-10 05:01 PM   #94 
  - So you would let a person die  TwixVoy   Oct-16-10 09:10 PM   #28 
  - I don't see what the pharmasist could really do  dsc   Oct-17-10 07:19 AM   #44 
  - in the OP says the pharmacist probably saved her life, so there's that  bettyellen   Oct-17-10 05:32 PM   #96 
     - no the OP said a doctor in the store saved the customers life  dsc   Oct-17-10 05:43 PM   #97 
        - oooops, sorry dude!  bettyellen   Oct-17-10 11:43 PM   #101 
  - I remember the story where this guy driving a car  Dash87   Oct-17-10 04:37 PM   #88 
  - "In defense of..."  Hissyspit   Oct-17-10 04:25 AM   #41 
  - Maybe one might consider their life more important than another's?  PerpetuallyDazed   Oct-17-10 07:14 AM   #43 
     - Getting in trouble is NOT equivalent to DYING.  uncommon   Oct-17-10 07:54 AM   #46 
  - sued for rendering aid to a dying person?  barbtries   Oct-17-10 08:49 AM   #47 
  - Sorry. You r wrong.  MedicalAdmin   Oct-17-10 10:33 AM   #59 
  - Depends on the state  jeff47   Oct-17-10 12:57 PM   #70 
  - They wouldn't necessarily be sued  treestar   Oct-17-10 01:15 PM   #71 
  - Meanwhile, dolphins banded together to save a human from a shark ...  Arugula Latte   Oct-16-10 06:26 PM   #16 
  - Something has seriously gone wrong with human beings  malaise   Oct-16-10 06:55 PM   #21 
  - Corporations, corporate culture, and corporate propaganda.  bigmonkey   Oct-17-10 12:57 AM   #34 
  - Know exactly what you  KT2000   Oct-16-10 07:27 PM   #24 
  - Zombie nation  ProudToBeBlueInRhody   Oct-16-10 07:33 PM   #25 
  - Awe. I have tears in mine eyes. You done good.  applegrove   Oct-16-10 09:08 PM   #27 
  - You did the right thing. Does that store manager still work there? If so, you should let people in  Pushed To The Left   Oct-16-10 09:13 PM   #29 
  - What makes you think a pharmacist knows anything about emergency medicine?  Taitertots   Oct-16-10 09:26 PM   #30 
  - The OP didn't say they walked past her, they said people walked OVER her.  Incitatus   Oct-17-10 02:32 AM   #39 
     - If you don't know how to care for someone who has passed out what are you supposed to do?  Taitertots   Oct-17-10 03:44 AM   #40 
        - how about at least act concerned?  JanMichael   Oct-17-10 10:09 AM   #57 
        - They could have asked what they could do to help  MedicalAdmin   Oct-17-10 10:47 AM   #61 
  - If it's any consolation...  CoffeeCat   Oct-16-10 10:46 PM   #31 
  - WTF!!  madmax   Oct-16-10 11:55 PM   #32 
  - I wish I didn't believe any of this.  kenny blankenship   Oct-17-10 01:28 AM   #35 
  - Health care settings are not much better  rainbow4321   Oct-17-10 02:04 AM   #36 
  - I collapsed at work, unable to stand or speak and in arrhythmia. My mgr did nothing but  REP   Oct-17-10 02:32 AM   #38 
  - Just had to counteract REP with an opposite story  Patiod   Oct-17-10 11:03 AM   #63 
  - here is another story, that is opposite of REP's  unapatriciated   Oct-17-10 05:45 PM   #98 
  - I was once reprimanded for blacking out when I had pneumonia (no sick days)  REP   Oct-17-10 06:52 PM   #99 
     - Some companies are just shit. I worked at an insurance  LibDemAlways   Oct-17-10 11:17 PM   #100 
  - TwixVoy, you showed true humanity  intaglio   Oct-17-10 05:42 AM   #42 
  - Um. Corporate propaganda? No matter how you explain it, it's sociopathic behavior.  MedicalAdmin   Oct-17-10 10:56 AM   #62 
  - that's disgusting  jdp349   Oct-17-10 07:27 AM   #45 
  - Worked retail for about 5 years...  The Uncola   Oct-17-10 08:56 AM   #48 
  - Yep....a bunch of  femrap   Oct-17-10 09:20 AM   #49 
  - K&R  Enthusiast   Oct-17-10 09:36 AM   #51 
  - Oh my God.  adamuu   Oct-17-10 09:44 AM   #53 
  - You did the right thing.  Sienna86   Oct-17-10 09:50 AM   #54 
  - Jesus  sammythecat   Oct-17-10 10:16 AM   #58 
  - There's a real lack of compassion in our national  Cleita   Oct-17-10 11:47 AM   #64 
  - I think that sickening stories like these should be sent as LTTE's and any other soap boxes possible  BlancheSplanchnik   Oct-17-10 12:53 PM   #69 
  - Yeah, I don't know  JerseygirlCT   Oct-17-10 11:57 AM   #65 
  - Please write an editorial or LTTE about this for your local newspaper.  Crunchy Frog   Oct-17-10 12:38 PM   #66 
  - That is a horrific story!  Carni   Oct-17-10 12:38 PM   #67 
  - Pharmacists don't really have any emergency medical training. They only know how to mix drugs.  w4rma   Oct-17-10 12:39 PM   #68 
  - Pharmacists know a lot more than "how to mix drugs".  uppityperson   Oct-17-10 01:23 PM   #72 
  - most people are bad people  harmonicon   Oct-17-10 01:30 PM   #73 
  - That's horrible!  Webster Green   Oct-17-10 02:20 PM   #74 
  - If they would've written me up for that, I would've said...  Lucian   Oct-17-10 02:34 PM   #77 
  - They would have to fire me. Then I would sue their asses off!  B Calm   Oct-17-10 04:58 PM   #93 
  - Unbelievable story, but so unbelievable that it has to be true.  JDPriestly   Oct-17-10 02:47 PM   #78 
  - This shit makes me so angry.  Odin2005   Oct-17-10 03:36 PM   #82 
  - Some people are just callous.  LibDemAlways   Oct-17-10 04:02 PM   #84 
  - yet another reason we rarely shop at the Big Box stores.  truedelphi   Oct-17-10 04:14 PM   #85 
  - Your last paragraph is completely true.  Dash87   Oct-17-10 04:31 PM   #87 
  - I work in healthcare at a hospital  eilen   Oct-17-10 04:50 PM   #90 
  - I don't have much faith in humanity either.  Jamastiene   Oct-17-10 04:52 PM   #91 
  - The store manager should be fired! You should threaten to write a Letter to the Editor  B Calm   Oct-17-10 04:55 PM   #92 
 

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