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SEP
09

FDNY*EMT assaulted. NYPD are seeking this man

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A city emergency medical technician was beaten by a patient and police want to find the man, authorities said Saturday.

The 55-year-old FDNY EMT was treating the boozed up man into the back of his ambulance at the corner of E. 15th St. and Kings Highway when the patient flew into a rage at 2:15 p.m. on Aug. 7, police said.

The man punched the EMT repeatedly in the chest before he jumped out of the ambulance and ran off, cops said.

The EMT was treated at Maimonides Medical Center.

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JUN
16

Assault Penalties warning on #FDNY Ambulances

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FDNY Adds Signs to Ambulances Warning of Assault Penalties

hareSigns will be added to the exterior of FDNY ambulances that highlight penalties for assaults against EMS personnel, officials FDNY officials announced.

The first ambulances to display the signs are assigned to Station 26 in the Bronx, where EMT Yadira Arroyo was struck and killed in March 2017 while attempting to stop the theft of her ambulance at an emergency scene.

Arroyo, a 14-year-veteran of FDNY's EMS bureau, was killed March 16, 2017 when a man jumped in to the driver's seat of her ambulance after she stopped the emergency vehicle. The man struck fatally struck Arroyo and injured a second EMS worker.

The man jumped into the ambulance and drove forward, striking an EMS worker. He then put the ambulance into reverse and backed over EMT Yadira Arroyo before speeding around the corner where he crashed into a parked vehicle.

Arroyo left five children behind.

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