Miami hospital hit by rash of tire thefts

November 24, 2014

All four tires were stripped off several cars recently in the Ryder Trauma Center-secured lot in Miami, according to an article on the CBS Miami website.

There are only cameras at the entrance. So there is no surveillance of the crimes. The victims — members of the hospital staff — are considering a petition.

“I think we need more cameras on every floor,” said ER doctor James Prattas.

Miami Parking Authority runs the garages but they say the hospital is in charge of security.

“The safety of our employees and patients is our top priority. Jackson Health System’s Public Safety Department works closely with Miami-Dade Police Department on all criminal incidents that occur on campus,” hospital officials said.

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