2. I have a character who is a doctor at a large hospital somewhere in America (place is flexible.) A friend of hers is killed in a car accident, and his body is brought to her hospital, and when he dies, his body is brought to the hospital morgue. How hard would it be for her to gain access to the morgue, and view his remains? And possibly touch them, or ideally, remove a small part of the body, like a small bone? I'm assuming a pretty mangled corpse. She's not family, and she's not his girlfriend. I'm assuming this would be very very illegal even without touching/tampering with the body, but as a doctor in the hospital, how hard would it be for her to get away with it? I have a sneaking suspicion that messing with corpses in hospital morgues is not as easy as they make it look on Sherlock. I'm not entirely positive what she's a doctor of, so that can be flexible as well.
Thanks so much in advance, guys.
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