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Woman, 75, plows out of control SUV into hospital and kills one

New surveillance footage has been released of the deadly crash at a Georgia hospital, when an elderly woman lost control of her vehicle and drove through an emergency room entrance two months ago.

The incident, which took place at 7:45 a.m. on June 30 at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta, left a 55-year-old Kimberly Hall dead on the scene and four others were injured.

A 75-year-old woman, Mary Clayton, had herself driven to the hospital for an appointment at the facility that day when she lost control of her Mercedes-Benz SUV, plowing in a car in front of her before driving through the glass entrance to the first aid.

The new footage shows hospital workers desperate to run away from Clayton’s car as it rushes into the waiting area.

Two of the workers narrowly avoid being hit by the car with their feet. From a different angle, however, it appears that two others weren’t so happy, with one woman – Kailyn Bailey – crashing into a door and a second lying motionless on the floor.

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The incident, which took place at 7:45 a.m. on June 30 at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta, left a 55-year-old Kimberly Hall dead on the scene and four others were injured.

The incident, which took place at 7:45 a.m. on June 30 at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta, left a 55-year-old Kimberly Hall dead on the scene and four others were injured.

A 75-year-old woman, Mary Clayton, had been driven to the hospital for a facility appointment that day when she lost control of her Mercedes-Benz SUV and drove through the entrance to the emergency room

A 75-year-old woman, Mary Clayton, had been driven to the hospital for a facility appointment that day when she lost control of her Mercedes-Benz SUV and drove through the entrance to the emergency room

A 75-year-old woman, Mary Clayton, had been driven to the hospital for a facility appointment that day when she lost control of her Mercedes-Benz SUV and drove through the entrance to the emergency room

Two of the workers narrowly avoid being hit by the car with their feet

Two of the workers narrowly avoid being hit by the car with their feet

Two of the workers narrowly avoid being hit by the car with their feet

A number of other bystanders were “bumped” by the vehicle, police said, but escaped serious injury.

When Clayton’s car finally comes to a stop, we see bystanders racing to help the injured.

Bailey, who survived the crash, held a press conference on Tuesday to discuss the serious injuries she sustained, including a fractured pelvis, a broken tailbone and two shattered hips.

The 29-year-old, who said she is considering suing, was only recently released from hospital after learning to walk for weeks.

“I remember running for the red SUV,” Bailey recalled WSBTV. Once I got up to run into the hospital entrance, Mrs. Clayton shot my right side.

‘I feel very hurt by all this. My family is injured. Why wasn’t I protected in an emergency room? ‘

The police never charged Clayton. Their report found the crash was “ not an intentional act ” because she had lost control of her car, with tests showing that she had no alcohol or drugs in her system at the time.

“I just wonder how you drive through a hospital, hurt me badly, kill one person, but still you can be home and live your life?” Bailey said. Every day is a struggle for that family. Every day is a struggle for me and my family. ‘

However, from a different angle, it appears that two other workers were not so happy, with one woman - Kailyn Bailey - trapped under a shattered door and a second motionless on the floor.

However, from a different angle, it appears that two other workers were not so happy, with one woman - Kailyn Bailey - trapped under a shattered door and a second motionless on the floor.

From a different angle, however, it appears that two other workers were not so happy, with one woman – Kailyn Bailey – tied up under a shattered door and a second motionless on the floor.

Bailey who survived the crash held a press conference on Tuesday to talk about the serious injuries she sustained, including a fractured pelvis, a fractured tailbone and two shattered hips.

Bailey who survived the crash held a press conference on Tuesday to talk about the serious injuries she sustained, including a fractured pelvis, a fractured tailbone and two shattered hips.

Bailey who survived the crash held a press conference on Tuesday to talk about the serious injuries she sustained, including a fractured pelvis, a fractured tailbone and two shattered hips.

When Clayton's car finally comes to a stop, we see bystanders racing to help the injured.

When Clayton's car finally comes to a stop, we see bystanders racing to help the injured.

When Clayton’s car finally comes to a stop, we see bystanders racing to help the injured.

Bailey and her attorney, Jane Lamberti, also say the hospital failed to install a safety post in front of the emergency room entrance, which could have prevented the deadly incident from happening in the first place.

“Secure posts that provide a secure space between pedestrians and an emergency room and vehicular traffic,” Lamberti said. “If you watch the video, Piemonte has none of these security posts or posts.”

While considering her legal options, Bailey says she has a question for the driver, who said she never contacted her.

“I just need her to look at me and see that my life has changed,” Bailey said. ‘I’m happy to be here, but my life has changed. But do you feel any remorse or something? ‘

The police never charged Clayton. Their report found the accident was not a deliberate act, as she had lost control of her car, with tests showing that she had no alcohol or drugs in her system at the time.

The police never charged Clayton. Their report found the accident was not a deliberate act, as she had lost control of her car, with tests showing that she had no alcohol or drugs in her system at the time.

The police never charged Clayton. Their report found the crash was “ not an intentional act ” because she had lost control of her vehicle, with tests showing she had no alcohol or drugs in her system at the time.

Outside, a horrified bystander jumps into the arms of another, clearly upset by the terrifying scene

Outside, a horrified bystander jumps into the arms of another, clearly upset by the frightening scene

Outside, a horrified bystander jumps into the arms of another, clearly upset by the terrifying scene

When questioned by WSBTV As to why Clayton was never charged, Atlanta police told the agency that the investigation is still ongoing.

Clayton reportedly declined to comment on the incident when reached by phone by FOX5.

Lamberti said she is now investigating the crash. Depending on the findings, a lawsuit can be filed against the driver, Piemonte or both.

In a statement, Piemonte expressed their ‘deepest condolences’ to the patients, families and staff affected by this accident and its aftermath.

“With regard to other questions, we do not comment on pending claims or investigations for policy reasons.”

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