Ambulances attacked in alice springs

Ambulances attacked in alice springs

A police officer was shot dead near the Alice Springs Health and Medical Centre after responding to calls of a man “with a knife” around 7:30pm.

One of the officers was standing at the foot of an ambu수원출장샵 수원출장마사지lance that was heading to the same location when an argument between three men and four women erupted, according to the Western Australian Emergency and Public Servi바카라사이트ces Association.

When the ambulance moved, it was attacked by the three men and a woman, who then fled the scene in a stolen vehicle.

Police were called to the area of the road shortly before 7pm and were called to a call for assistance of a man with a knife.

They are awaiting more information from police about the incident.
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Police say two paramedics were shot with live ammunition and there were two people detained.

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