Rocky Delgadillo

Los Angeles City Attorney

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The LAPD has videotape of five discharged patients from Metropolitan Hospital being dropped off by ambulances on Skid Row.  The Hospital says that's where they wanted to go, but the…

Are Hospitals Dumping Patients on LA's Skid Row?

The LAPD has videotape of five discharged patients from Metropolitan Hospital being dropped off by ambulances on Skid Row.  The Hospital says that's where they wanted to go, but the…

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