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Ambulance patient becomes agitated

TWO PARAMEDICS were forced to abandon their ambulance on Hwy16 east of Terrace earlier today when a patient became very agitated and violent.

Police attended the location and took the subject into custody under the Mental Health Act,” states a press release.

The incident took place near Usk just before lunch.

Police say the patient, a 27-year-old male, was transported to Mills Memorial Hospital without incident for further treatment.

 

 

 

 

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