A story that took its toll on a Dallas woman after she got hit by a car has been published in the New York Times.
“I had a heart attack.
It was a scary experience,” the woman, who has not been identified, said.
The New York Post is also publishing a piece on the story.
It begins with the victim’s account: The first thing I noticed was that she was walking with a limp.
I called 911.
She said, ‘I’m not moving.’
I asked, ‘Do you want to be moved?’
She said no.
A man with a cane walked up to her and asked her if she wanted to be driven to a hospital.
She refused, saying she had to work.
She then said she wanted the police to come get her.
The police officer came and arrested her, according to the report.
I was crying and I thought she had gone crazy, she told the police.
I tried to tell the officer that she’s a police officer, but he wouldn’t listen.
She was arrested and charged with assault.
An officer told the court that the woman’s actions were unbecoming of a police department and said she had no prior criminal record.
She told police that she had been drinking at the time, and the officer said she should have known better, according the report, which was provided to The Washington Post by the woman.
One of the officers involved in the arrest was later fired and the other two officers resigned.
The city attorney said the woman would be given a “second chance” to get better.
According to the New Yorker, the officer involved in this incident was fired after a second internal investigation into the incident was launched.
After the arrest, the woman said she was afraid to go to the hospital and had trouble eating because she had “a bad stomach,” according to The New Yorker.
Two weeks after the incident, the victim was still unable to walk, but was able to walk again two months later.
Her story is not unique.
In February, a woman in Texas, who said she suffered from anxiety and depression, sued the city of Dallas for not allowing her to receive treatment after she was arrested.
The woman’s lawyers said that the city has “failed to provide her with appropriate treatment, counseling and medication.”
In July, a California woman, whose husband had suffered from postpartum depression, filed a lawsuit against the city for failing to provide appropriate counseling for her postpartums depression.
The suit said the city “continues to ignore the symptoms of postpartures depression.”