Negro Woman Missed Her Bus, so STOLE an AMBULANCE to Drive Home

lisa carr

Erectus walks among us. My God, the stupidity.

A woman left hospital to realise she had missed the last bus home so did the thing most of us would do… she stole an ambulance.

Lisa Carr, 43, had been discharged from Deaconess Hospital, Cincinnati, when she went on the joyride in the emergency vehicle.

Crooks took cash to take driving tests for others for £2,500 a time
She was later arrested and told police that she saw the ambulance parked up with its engine running on Thursday night so decided to get in and take it.

Police wrote in a report: ‘Mrs. Carr stated that she took the vehicle because she missed the last bus’

They had tracked the ambulance down via its GPS when the usual driver, who had just dropped a patient off, flagged down a police officer to report it stolen, according to Fox 19.

Carr was charged with theft, failure to comply with police and driving under suspension. She did, however, drive within the speed limit.

Recommended reading: Negroes in Negroland

6 thoughts on “Negro Woman Missed Her Bus, so STOLE an AMBULANCE to Drive Home

  1. “Crooks took cash to take driving tests for others for £2,500 a time”.
    Is this about her or some journalistic bungling?

    Those charges are modest, what about the fact someone might have died while waiting for an ambulance? This is an act of terrorism, not merely theft.

    • Sorry, looks like I missed a promo that I should have deleted. These things are scattered around the stories and although I probably deleted several of them, I missed that line you have in the top of your comment.

  2. There’s something odd about this story.
    I’ve several times had the “pleasure” of being hospitalized and subject to the standard procedures. On being admitted (non-emergency) I have always been required to provide the name and contact information for the person who would meet me and take me home when I was discharged. I was told that calling a taxi or taking a bus was not sufficient and that if I couldn’t provide a name and number my the admission would have to be rescheduled. Also, on being discharged, it is standard procedure that the patient is transported by wheelchair to the door to meet the driver.
    It’s a bit hard to believe that a hospital would casually discharge a patient by, in effect, saying “OK, you can get up and go now”.

  3. What she did wasn’t wrong, da proud black woman wuz jess exercising her black privilege. If all there was at her disposal was a fire truck, Abrams tank or b2 bomber, no problem “ahhh cans do whateva ahh wants cause ahhs black”

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