VIDEO: Nurse accused of using dirty needles exposing patients to Hep C

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WASHINGTON- Puyallup police have recommended that Pierce County prosecutors charge a 31-year-old nurse with second-degree assault, contending she knowingly infected two patients of Puyallup’s Good Samaritan Hospital with hepatitis C and stole injectable drugs from the hospital.

Cora Weberg, 31, was booked into the Pierce County Jail early Friday following an arrest by Puyallup police. Weberg has not been charged with a crime.

The article goes on to state the following:

She denies infecting patients, according to Bryan Hershman, her defense attorney. She also said she did not use needles on patients that she had used on herself. Hospital leaders said earlier this week that she admitted taking drugs from the hospital.

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