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A North West Ambulance spokesperson told Mail Online: 'How do you find the words to comment on the actions of this individual when crews are treating someone who could have been in a life critical condition?
'This man needs to ask himself how he would feel if it was his grandparent, mum, dad or child that we were treating, would he be happy that we waste precious time searching for a better parking space?
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A Cheshire Police spokesman said: 'A 50-year-old Runcorn man has been arrested for public order after investigation into abuse of ambulance staff.' It is the latest shocking attack on ambulance staff to emerge after a motorist posted an angry note on an emergency vehicle that was blocking his drive while staff battled to save a dying patient in the house in Birmingham.
In that incident, an unidentified driver posted a note that said: 'I know you're saving lives but don't park your van in a stupid place and block my drive.' The 42-year-old man died after he was found vomiting blood and rushed to hospital.
A new Assaults on Emergency Workers (Offences) Bill will double the maximum sentence for common assault from six months to a year if committed against an on duty emergency worker.
However there is no specific offence for assault of emergency workers or NHS staff.North West Ambulance Service responded to the video by offering to explain to Mr Anderson 'how every second counts when saving a life'.A spokesperson added: 'Our staff work day and night to save lives and do not deserve abuse from anyone for something as trivial as blocking a minor road.' The husband of the woman taken to hospital has confirmed her condition was 'serious'.I did swear at her but this was due to the frustration caused by the woman who I was directing my frustration towards.'At the end of the video I called the woman in the doorway 'a d***head' which was all of my anger built up and not aimed at the paramedic as it sounds.'Mr Anderson claims the incident occurred for 'roughly 15 minutes', however the video only shows 'the last heated 30 seconds'.According to Mr Anderson, he has been inundated with phone calls from strangers and claims he has also received 'numerous posts sending death threats'.
Medics from West Midlands Ambulance Service were desperately attending to the acutely ill patient inside the vehicle when they heard someone banging on the door.