Daybreak Kamloops | Dec 20, 2013 | 6:36

Nurse staffing levels questioned after attack

A young nurse at the Hillside psyciatric facility in Kamloops is off the job after she was attacked by a mentally ill patient. Marg Dhillon speaks for the union. After you hear from her, Shelley Joyce speaks with Sandy da Silva from Interior Health.

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