Paramedics to march as health MEC deplores attacks on ambulance crews

2022-01-20 07:27:00 PM

Gauteng Emergency Medical Services paramedics will take to the streets on Friday in a march to highlight attacks on them while they are doing their work trying to save lives.

Gauteng Emergency Medical Services paramedics will take to the streets on Friday in a march to highlight attacks on them while they are doing their work trying to save lives.

Gauteng Emergency Medical Services paramedics will take to the streets on Friday in a march to highlight attacks on them while they are doing their work trying to save lives.

Image:MARK ANDREWSGauteng Emergency Medical Services (EMS) paramedics will take to the streets on Friday in a march to highlight attacks on them while they work to save lives.This comes after two crews were robbed at gunpoint this week.Gauteng health MEC Nomathemba Mokgethi denounced the robberies. “Attacks on paramedics and EMS resources are unacceptable. We appeal to communities to work with us to protect EMS personnel.”

The 3km march will be held at Reiger Park in Ekurhuleni, where paramedics were held at gunpoint on Tuesday while responding to a call to attend to a woman in labour.They were robbed by three armed men who made off with their personal cellphones and wallets. The criminals also took the ambulance keys.

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File picture. Image: MARK ANDREWS Gauteng Emergency Medical Services (EMS) paramedics will take to the streets on Friday in a march to highlight attacks on them while they work to save lives. Image: MARK ANDREWS Gauteng Emergency Medical Services (EMS) paramedics will take to the streets on Friday in a march to highlight attacks on them while they work to save lives. This comes after two crews were robbed at gunpoint this week.. Gauteng health MEC Nomathemba Mokgethi denounced the robberies. Gauteng health MEC Nomathemba Mokgethi denounced the robberies. “Attacks on paramedics and EMS resources are unacceptable. Source.

We appeal to communities to work with us to protect EMS personnel. We appeal to communities to work with us to protect EMS personnel.co.” The 3km march will be held at Reiger Park in Ekurhuleni, where paramedics were held at gunpoint on Tuesday while responding to a call to attend to a woman in labour. They were robbed by three armed men who made off with their personal cellphones and wallets. They were robbed by three armed men who made off with their personal cellphones and wallets. The criminals also took the ambulance keys.co. Despite the robbery, they assisted in the delivery of the baby and made arrangements for a second ambulance to transport mother and baby to hospital. Despite the robbery, they assisted in the delivery of the baby and made arrangements for a second ambulance to transport mother and baby to hospital.

On Wednesday, paramedics were held at gunpoint while attending to an emergency call in Eersterus in Tshwane. They were also robbed of their personal cellphones and a department-issued cellphone. They were also robbed of their personal cellphones and a department-issued cellphone.citizen. TimesLIVE .