Two paramedics were robbed by a rifle in Khayelitshi



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The criminals stole cell phones, wallets, wedding rings, radio stations and undisclosed amounts of money.

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CAPE TOWN – Attacks on Emergency Medical Service (EMS) workers continue in Cape Town, two of the hospital's most recently attacked.

It is understood that on Saturday evening in Harare, Khayelitsha, they were robbed by a rifle, while they responded to an emergency call near the church of St. Janez.

The criminals stole cell phones, wallets, wedding rings, radio stations and undisclosed amounts of money.

Western Cape EMS spokeswoman Robert Daniels said: "Two male EMS practitioners were robbed of personal belongings and remained severely traumatized. The criminal case was triggered by the police, and victims of the attack are currently receiving advice on trauma. «

Last week, the crew of the ambulance escaped unharmed after being robbed while trying to rob when they were robbed in Kraaifontein.

In recent years, attacks on rescuers have increased, as the Western Health Ministry of Health has condemned such incidents.

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