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A Boston initial responder underwent puncture medicine Wednesday after being stabbed mixed times by a studious she was treating in a behind of an ambulance while en track to a hospital, officials said.
A 31-year-old “emotionally disturbed” lady began stabbing a womanlike EMT who was treating her in a behind of an ambulance headed for Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston EMS Chief Jim Hooley told a Boston Herald. The masculine EMT pushing pulled over to intervene. The studious pounded a second initial responder with peppers spray, Hooley said.
SEATTLE STABBING SPREE BY REPORTEDLY NAKED MAN LEAVES SEVERAL INJURED
Fellow EMTs responded to a call about a medic in trouble around 4 p.m. outward a courthouse. The EMT underwent puncture surgery, Boston Police Commissioner William Gross said. She is approaching to make a full recovery. She’s worked for the Emergency Services dialect for 11 years.
The studious incited purported attacker– who military after identified as Julie Tejada— was resigned during a stage and taken into custody. Tejada is charged with conflict with vigilant to murder and other charges. She is approaching to be arraigned Thursday. The masculine EMT was also treated during a sanatorium and released.
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Police are not releasing a names of a initial responders harmed during this time. Officials would not endorse what arms was used to gash a EMT. A source told Boston’s Fox 25 that a psychiatric studious used a scissor in a attack. The Boston Herald also reported a scissor was found during a scene.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.