As a former combat medic and a CURRENT law enforcement officer, this is disturbing. How can you see a man rushing into a hospital with a woman in his arms and your first impulse is to obstruct him? I don't understand. I hate the reputation people like me have to live with because of incidents like this. Police work HAS to start with professionalism and courtesy. I went to T.L.E.T.A. (Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy)just like this guy most likely did. I'm sorry folks, but it is still happening. Cops like this guy are being made everyday. TLETA does IT'S share to sort them out and teach professionalism. What some officers forget is this: You are meeting these people who need your help during what could be the worst possible moment in their lives. Protect them. Help them. Save them. Never forget why you are here, fellow officers.