Selfie Psycho: Paramedic Fired for Taking Pictures with Dying Patients
Selfie Mania Turning People Psychic-Reportedly, a Russian paramedic is fired for taking pictures with Dying patients.

Paramedic staff is believed to be compassionate, caring and people with a heart. However, Tatiana Kulikova is nothing like a compassionate paramedic. The 25-year-old Tatiana has been fired by health officers after viewing the pictures she posted online taken in the back of an ambulance.

There are several utterly sickening selfies posted by Tatiana. In one of the images, the Russian blonde can be seen flipping a bird at the badly injured victim of an accident and the picture is titled “another moron.”

In another one she sticks her two fingers up to a heart attack patient and the picture has been titled “How I hate my job.”

Officials at Kirov emergency service have now sacked Tatiana after she admitted clicking and posting those pictures.

Here are three selfie pictures of her:

Selfie Psycho: Paramedic Fired
Tatiana Kulikova took this selfie in front of a dying patient.
Selfie Psycho: Paramedic Fired for Taking Pictures with Dying Patients
Sick and nothing but sick as Tatiana Kulikova took gave a middle finder to a patient who was already dead.
Selfie Psycho: Paramedic Fired for Taking Pictures with Dying Patients
While the patient was dying, she was abusing and giving them victory sign.

Locals are outraged over the shocking selfies from the callous blonde especially those whose relative were featured in her grey gallery.

According to Arten Golubev, the local health campaigner, ‘It is clear that while she was taking these photographs she was not looking after her patients.’

The forty-year-old Golubev further added that ‘She shows a callous disregard for the welfare of her patients, some of whom died after those pictures were taken.

“I would not be surprised if their families sue both her and the emergency services.”

As per the emergency services of the city spokesperson, ‘As soon as we were alerted to these images online we suspended the paramedic in question. After an investigation was carried out, the employee was fired.’

Kulikova refrained from commenting on the incident.


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