Disturbing Video Shows College Hockey Player Pushing Disabled Woman’s Wheelchair Down Stairs

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Mercyhurst University is conducting an investigation after a video emerged appearing to show one of their student-athletes pushing a disabled student’s wheelchair down the stairs at a local nightclub.

According to Fox News, a video showed Carson Briere, who plays on the school’s hockey team and is the son of the Philadelphia Flyers interim general manager Daniel Briere, walking up the stairs with a friend.  After talking to another man, the two of them appeared to take the wheelchair from the corner and roll it down the stairs.

The wheelchair apparently belonged to a disabled young woman, who is also a student at the university, and she had to be carried down the stairs afterward to use the bathroom.

Mercyhurst University responded to the firestorm that erupted on social media after the video emerged, saying that they were conducting an investigation into the affair.

“Late this afternoon, Mercyhurst University became aware of a disturbing video in which one of our student-athletes is seen pushing an unoccupied wheeler chair down a flight of stairs at a local establishment. Our Office of Student Conduct and Department of Police and Safety are investigating,” the university wrote on social media.

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