VIDEO: Disturbing videos show dead bodies of coronavirus victims loaded onto truck in New York

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Disturbing videos posted online by different users paint a grim picture on how hospitals seem to be struggling to deal with dead bodies as they battle against the wave of coronavirus pandemic.

One video shows covered bodies on gurneys sitting on the sidewalk, while another shows body bags holding corpses being loaded into a trailer using a forklift outside a different hospital.

The video was reportedly captured in Brooklyn New York.

“This is real, y’all, this is for real,” a man can be heard saying in the video as he films the forklift outside Brooklyn Hospital Center in Fort Greene. “This is for real, this is real, this is right here in Brooklyn.”

The video shakes as he watches the forklift move toward the trailer.

“They’re putting the bodies into an 18-wheeler,” he says in the video. “Please stay inside, this is for real.”


The video above was posted to Facebook by Corey Teague, who told the Daily News it was provided to him by someone who did not wish to be identified.

The second video below was shared on Twitter by user ICE T


New York City’s hospitals have been completely overwhelmed amid the outbreak of COVID-19, The Post reported.

Last week, two refrigerated trailers were seen at the site at 30th Street and the FDR Drive, along with a customized RV labeled “MOBILE COMMAND CENTER — MEDICAL EXAMINER.”

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