LETTER: Wife Says Police Should Drop Charges Against McDougall
She says her husband didn't interfere, was just concerned about the ambulance bill.
To all this concerns,
I am writing this to explain that on the night I called 911, it was an emergency. I needed to get to the hospital and was not worrying about any ambulance bill. I was in such severe pain. The medications that I was prescribed were not working – I had to put ice packs on my head to try to help, but it only intensified the headache even more!
I am still sick with my headaches because of my sinuses (allergies are no joke) – back again to the doctor's and to the pharmacy for more antibiotics and treatment – after two months of being very sick, which was actually a severe sinus infection that turned into a massive migraine headache.
I do appreciate the medical treatment from the firemen and police, but I have to say my husband was very concerned about the ambulance bill, that we cannot afford – we are having hardship! That is the main reason! My husband did bring me to the hospital that night and got me the medical attention I needed and medication that was nessecary to subside the pain.
He has been there for me over the years for all my sicknesses and brought me to the doctor's and pharmacy for my needed medications over the years. Patrick did not interfere with the medical care the firemen were administrating to me while they were here. He was concerned about the ambulance bill that we cannot afford.
I feel the charges should be dropped immediately, and I hope they will dismiss these charges immediately, as my husband is innocent. I have enough going on with being sick.
Thank you for all your attention to this,