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The post also said that the "navy nurse" and her friend held up the baby and made it dance to rap music, according to WFTS.
The sick employees were "removed from patient care", the hospital said.
The Naval Hospital Jacksonville employees who reportedly posted a viral video of newborn babies "dancing" will likely face criminal charges.
Two enlisted nurses from the Naval Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, have been removed from their posts after images and video surfaced on Snapchat showing inappropriate and potentially risky treatment of babies in their care.
Images originally uploaded to Snapchat but later shared on Facebook by concerned recipients shows one of the women flipping off a baby with the caption "How I now feel about these mini Satans".
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"We have identified the staff members involved", the statement continued. It appeared the images and videos were posted to Facebook by a concern recipient of the Snapchats.
Both Snaps later went viral on the internet, thanks in part to a Facebook post originally created by one of Thompson's high school classmates condemning the nurses' actions.
'We're in the process of notifying the patient's parents'.
The Naval Hospital in Jacksonville has since removed employees from their jobs.
Two nurses have been removed from duty after uploading images of themselves messing around with newborns to Snapchat. "Young or not, they knew what they were doing and thought it was amusing to post on social media for kicks".