\r\n\r\n\n\n \n \n\n \n\n \n\n\n\n \n \n A woman in a hospital in Long Beach puts her mother, who has Alzheimer's disease in a taxi and then dumped in the middle of the night outside the memory-care facility where she lives. Costanza Zerbi says Alzheimer's has left her mother with the cognitive abilities of a small child and she can not be left alone. 8436-year-old Savina Zerbi tries to get into her care facility is heartbreaking. \n\n "It's really sad." I mean, this is my mom who was driving a year ago, "Zerbi told CBS Los Angeles. It's insane. "It's criminal." The hospital, College Medical Center of Long Beach, issued a statement saying Savina Zerbi insisted on Security footage shows Savina attempting to open the door to the Regency's Palms memory-care home at 2:17 am on Jan. 13. She is also seen to be pacing and gaining entry, though it is uncertain she eventually got in.