"I'm about to drive back through that same area and figure out exactly where we were when we drove through it," says Bea Hunsinger who discovered the papers Wednesday.
A follow up phone call from Hungsinger Thursday morning reveals the exact location of hundreds of medical papers sprawled across an Arkansas interstate.
Some documents containing private information including names, addresses and even security numbers, all leaving a paper trail pointing to St. Mary's Medical Center in Russellville.
One of those patients 30-year old Roger Thompson, who wished to remain faceless, can't understand just how his information became litter better yet public record. "It worries me that someone may be taking other people records out of there," says Thompson.
St. Mary's has not released just how the documents got outside of hospital walls let alone 161 miles away.
Issuing this statement Wednesday, St. Mary's is "saying we want to reiterate that the safety of our patients and respect for their privacy is our top priority."
The statement not enough for Thompson.
Question: Where is your trust? "I don't really have any anymore," says Thompson.
Question: Will you go back? "Probably not," Thompson says.
In fact he doesn't think the hospitals telling him enough.
"They're acting like they're telling me all they know, but I don't know if that's correct or not," says Thompson.
The hospital did have one of their shredding crews on site Thursday picking up the papers, but according to the hospital all their documents are shredded within their facility.
The hospital will continue to investigate saying they'll exhaust all options to figure out how these documents ended up available to the public.