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Police use of force sends thousands to emergency rooms

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Nationwide, at least 80,000 people are sent to the hospital each year after an interaction with law enforcement or security guards. An NBC News investigation with The Marshall Project looks at the San Jose Police Department, where over the past three years 43 percent of use of force incidents ended in a trip to the emergency room.