Chicago Hospital Stops Accepting Patients After 3 Shootings, Media Silent

A Chicago Hospital stopped accepting patients late Sunday night after receiving 12 trauma patients from three separate shootings.

Chicago is a hundred times worse than any of the mass shootings combined, but you won’t hear that on the television or radio.

The media has a narrative and that’s to push gun control from for the Democrats.

Chicago’s Mount Sinai Hospital temporarily stopped accepting patients Sunday morning because they were at capacity following a series of shootings, a hospital official said.

The hospital went “on bypass” in the early morning, said Roberta Rakove, Senior VP for External Affairs. 

Hospitals use the term “on bypass” when they stop accepting ambulance runs and those ambulances are diverted to other trauma centers. Mount Sinai Hospital is one of five trauma centers in Chicago, according to Rakove.

At its height early Sunday morning, Mount Sinai had 12 trauma patients, Rakove said. She could not provide information on their conditions.

Chicago Police Public Information Officer Anthony Guglielmi told CNN Sunday that officers responded to several multi-victim shooting incidents on the west side of Chicago stemming from gang conflict.

You can read more from our friends at CNN.

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