‘It’s disgusting’: Cars belonging to doctors, nurses found with slashed tires outside hospital

Approximately 17 cars belonging to nurses and doctors at NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital in Cortlandt Manor had their tires slashed.
State police are investigating the alleged vandalism. The hospital says it will pay for all expenses incurred by employees who had their cars damaged. 
Taina Scalf, of Buchanan, says her husband is in the ICU with coronavirus. She's furious anyone would do harm to the same people trying to save her husband's life.
"Makes no sense at all, it's disgusting. I don't know who, what, why, what the logic is, what they were thinking. They've got to be disturbed,” she says. “No one in their right mind would do this. Especially knowing the work that's being done in there."
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