“This is your job. You do this for a living,” Lopez said. “If you don't like people spitting on you, then quit.”
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A few moments later, police arrested Williams on a battery charge.
"No human being deserves that,” the boy’s father, who wasn’t identified, told the news station.
American Medical Response said it couldn’t comment on the case specifically, but that the woman is no longer working for the company, which takes patient safety seriously.
Williams is out on bond. Attempts to reach her for comment weren’t immediately successful Friday.
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