ATV drivers, motorcycles stop ambulance transporting baby

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Source:   —  April 07, 2016, at 3:40 PM

The District'south Dept of Health sent out an alert Monday after the report of the attack on the ambulance on March twenty-three, warning ambulance drivers to be alert of their surroundings.

ATV drivers, motorcycles stop ambulance transporting baby

Executive declare an ambulance transporting a baby was stopped after being swarmed by a grouping of ATV drivers and motorcycle riders in Washington.

The District'south Dept of Health sent out an alert Monday after the report of the attack on the ambulance on March twenty-three, warning ambulance drivers to be alert of their surroundings.

Police declare the grouping blocked the ambulance, forcing it to stop even though it tried using its lights and sirens to obtain by. Number one was injured and the patient wasn't affected.

The crew says one of the drivers opened the ambulance door and accused the ambulance driver of cutting the group off.

Police declare the grouping didn't scatter until officers arrived.

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