Doctor Roughed Up in Canadian Hospital

BRITISH COLUMBIA, Canada – A doctor suffered a black eye, bloody nose and soft tissue damage after being assaulted at Prince George Hospital April 8.

While working on a computer in the hospital’s CAT scan room, the assailant presumably blinded the doctor with a cloth and then began punching him. A review of hospital surveillance footage led police to arrest Wesley Thomas Andrews, 39, of Prince George, charging him with robbery, assault and uttering threats.

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