Swedish paramedics robbed on job

 
Swedish paramedics robbed on job
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Ambulance personnel were robbed of their emergency bag during an emergency call in central Örebro last weekend. "They do not feel well and have been taken out of service," says Tomas Elisson, Acting Director of the ambulance services.

At two o'clock at Saturday night, the ambulance was called to a location in central Örebro where a woman suffered from seizures. When the two paramedics arrived at the scene and began to help the woman, they were robbed of their emergency bag, reports NA.

Tomas Elisson is shocked over what has happened.

- I've been working here for 30 years and I have never seen anything like it.

In the emergency bag, medicines for pain are stored, in other words drugs. The person who stole the bag ran from the scene, according to a witness. But he did not get very far. Two other people went after the robber and managed to take back the bag. The patient was not affected by the incident, but the paramedics were shocked.

- They do not feel well and have been taken out of service. We are all affected by what has happened, says Tomas Elisson.

Police have classified the incident as robbery and a person has been arrested for the crime.

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