60 Days In: Gas Leak Forces Women Out of the Pod (Season 4 Flashback) | A&E

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When the women smell gas in the pod, the guards move them out for the night in this clip from Season 4, Episode 6, “Blood Rules.” #60DaysIn
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37 thoughts on “60 Days In: Gas Leak Forces Women Out of the Pod (Season 4 Flashback) | A&E

  1. Be good. Dont ever go to jail. Treatment and conditions are inhumane and unfair and you'll have no one you can tell. Nothing will be done. You are at the mercy of the jail staff.

  2. Steph, the officers were not making you inhale the fumes. It just so happens that if you would have wet a towel and wrapped it around your face, you would have inhaled less of the fumes. Belonging is having this type of knowledge of how to handle these types of situations.

  3. I just want to say that the female officials in the female unit did a wonderful job in keeping those inmates safe from further harm. And that no one could have done a better job of it. Thank you.

  4. So how is this show still on when there are police involved. Thought y'all got woke. Take this down too. Someone with some more patience needs to get something going to get it taken off the air too.

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