A woman was arrested Thursday night after driving a vehicle through the ER entrance to HCA Florida Osceola Hospital, where she had just been trespassed, according to the Kissimmee Police Department.

Around 8:45 p.m., 31-year-old Natalia Wiltshire was discharged from the hospital after being prescribed pills that she said had little effect, an incident report states. One woman who stood next to the glass doors reported she saw Wiltshire both leave the property and drive straight into it moments later.

The ER remained open despite the incident, with visitors being directed to a side door, hospital officials said on social media.

“We are very thankful that no one was injured and we are grateful to our team for acting swiftly to protect patients and colleagues,” officials wrote.

Immediately after the crash, Wiltshire left the vehicle through the passenger’s side and attempted to walk away from a Kissimmee officer’s commands, at which time police performed an arm bar takedown to detain her, the report states.

The aspect concerning the weak prescription was verbally summarized by Wiltshire, as police said they spoke with her yet could not get her to describe what happened after she left the hospital because she claimed to have no memory of it.

A supplemental police report stated that Wiltshire continuously yelled, “They did not want to take care of me.”

The hospital intends to seek Wiltshire’s prosecution in the crash, the report describes.

Wiltshire faces charges of criminal mischief of $1,000 or more, resisting arrest without violence and trespassing (810.09-2B), records show. She was being held without bond at last check, with disposition set Friday.

Source: ClickOrlando.com