I will start by telling you my name. My name is Jacqui Thalhamer and I live in Pueblo West Colorado. I am still employed in law enforcement but my husband had been retire from Pueblo Police Department for 5 years after serving 34 years on the Department. On November 05, 2020, I rushed my husband Mark to Parkview Medical Center in Pueblo Colorado for Covid. When I arrived there, they placed oxygen on him, placed him in a wheelchair to take him to be treated. I asked if I could go with him but they denied my request due to “Covid Protocol”.
I went through an agonizing 6 days not being able to see or speak to my husband. It took them at least 2 days to get him in ICU. He was in the ER. During that time he was in the hospital, I only received 3 calls from someone at the hospital who would tell me what his condition was. I constantly called the hospital to see how he was doing but could not get anyone to talk to me. I asked many times if I could come down to the hospital but staff told me they were not letting anyone in the hospital but patients. They never told me what they were treating him with nor did they inform me of any type of treatment. They never asked for permission to use any experimental drug on Mark.
I knew he was on a bipap through Marks text. Mark was able to text me sometimes and told me that he was coughing so hard that he pulled something in his groin and stomach. He was in horrible pain. I asked him if they were giving him anything for the pain and cough and he said no. He had also told me a few times that he had not been given too much food or water texting me and telling me he was thirsty. On Nov. 11th at approximately 5pm, a doctor with an Indian accent called my home and said, “You need to get to the hospital, your husband is dying!” I was in complete shock, didn’t even know the doctors name on the other end of the phone.
I quickly hung up and called my daughter to drive me to the hospital as I was too hysterical and upset to drive. We got to the hospital and someone came out and said, “We have to get him ready.” I said, what the hell does that mean? After an hour or so, they finally let us in to see him behind a glass window in his room. They wouldn’t even let me go in the room with him. He was on life support. They told me that he was sitting up in a chair and then collapsed. That’s all they said. The next day they told me the only way I could see him is to sign documents to have him taken off life support because he wasn’t going to live. I later found out that they had been treating him with the experimental drug Remdesivir and he had received at least 5 treatments. They also gave him plasma treatment.
After his death, I reached out to many attorneys here in Colorado and they all informed me that the state informed them that they were not to take on any Covid cases. Please help me find an attorney to take my case. I have Mark’s medical records but have not had the mental strength to go through them. God I wish I had never taken him to the hospital. I am living with this horrible guilt that I took him there. He was 62 years old and a very healthy man.
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