Hospital apologizes for volunteer’s tirade against black man, family

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina hospital has apologized after a volunteer was captured on video screaming at a visitor and his family and telling them to leave. The man says on the video that the woman also used a racial slur.

The Winston-Salem Journal reports the nearly seven-minute video was posted to YouTube by Isaiah Baskins. A telephone number for Baskins couldn’t be found Friday and the newspaper said it was unable to reach him for comment.

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The newspaper reports that Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center issued its apology in the comment section under the video.

The volunteer is shown screaming to someone on a telephone to “get these people out of here.” She also is seen shouting at Baskins, “Get out! Get out!”

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Information from: Winston-Salem Journal,

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