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Nurse handcuffed and arrested outside children's hospital in 'horrible' scenes

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A children's nurse has been arrested outside a children's hospital, leaving onlookers shocked. The nurse was released minutes later in a confusing mix-up by Greater Manchester Police (GMP) at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital.Police apologised to the nurse for her arrest.

People who saw what happened described it as 'alarming' and 'upsetting'.The nurse was arrested after police thought she was getting in the way of an officer.

This happened after a disagreement about what was best for a teenage girl who had been reported missing.The police said they 'wanted to make sure she was safe and well'.

They have also said sorry to the people in charge of the hospital for how this situation got out of hand, reports the Manchester Evening News.People who saw what happened said the police officer was very harsh with the nurse and hurt her wrists when he put the handcuffs on her.

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