Insider Video: Lenox Hill Hospital - NYC - Hundreds of Dead Bodies in Basement -- COVID-19

Video has emerged from Lenox Hill Hospital located at 76th Street and Park Avenue in midtown Manhattan, New York City, showing an utterly HORRIFYING number of dead dead bodies; people killed by Coronavirus.  DOZENS of body bags, filled with dead people, line the floor.

The map below shows where the hospital is located:

In the video, below, a hospital worker has to tip-toe between the corpses because there are so many on the floor.   Inside offices.  In hallways.  Stacked in large blue laundry containers to be wheeled out.

The video begins outside the hospital near the refrigerated trailer placed there to hold the bodies.  It is not known if that trailer is already full as being the reason so many additional bodies remain inside the hospital.

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