Still not even sure what happened, what was miscommunicated at @denairport to cause a major fiasco, and @southwestair is thankfully handling the situation. But a Southwest employee (curbside) decided someone with pain issues isn't fit to fly and I ended up told flights were cancelled, and that I was barred from flying for a day, & that I required medical clearance (none of these claims were remotely true, according to #southwestairlines ) and stuffed into an ambulance over my protests as I had merely said I couldn't sit 12 hours to wait for a flight and needed to lay down. By the end, this cost $250 JUST for the ER, they'd called the doctor I'd flown to see, and somehow called my spouse telling him I'd been removed from the airport by police, nearly giving him a heart attack. All because I said I just needed a place to be comfortable, & I was on very little sleep and a bit weepy. Well, of course I was. I don't know how anyone can excuse such horrendous behavior, but a nice officer offered to help move my wheelchair at my request, & that was that. Thank you Michael of @southwestair at @denairport for kindly trying to make up for this horrific and traumatic day, #airports and #airlines are difficult enough for #disabled & #injured passengers, but to be stuck with a huge bill by #ems unnecessarily forcing someone to a hospital & making false claims, I will be seeking full restitution for the emotional hell my family were put through today & the woeful misinformation communicated falsely to my doctors. My husband thought I'd been arrested, & apparently also at least one of my doctors! Talk about salt in the wound. #airlines #airportstaff #homenow after over 12 hour ordeal.