CrimeSuspect to appear in court after EMT stabbed multiple times by patient

15:52  11 july  2019
15:52  11 july  2019 Source:   wcvb.com

Woman in critical condition, good Samaritan injured in restaurant stabbing

Woman in critical condition, good Samaritan injured in restaurant stabbing A woman is in critical condition after she was stabbed in a Worcester restaurant, and the man who tried to save her from the assailant was also stabbed. The attack happened Wednesday night at O'Connor's Restaurant & Bar on West Boylston Street. The suspect, who witnesses said was wielding at least two knives, stabbed the woman near the front hallway of the restaurant. A bystander sitting at a nearby table, 26-year-old Allan Corson Jr., then jumped into action. "My son jumped up immediately as soon as he heard the woman screaming, and he ran toward the screaming," said his father, Allan Corson Sr. Corson tackled the suspect and the good Samaritan was stabbed in the process.

Chief of Boston Emergency Medical Services James Hooley says the ambulance had been transporting an “emotionally disturbed” patient to the hospital when the person attacked the responder. Hooley says the driver pulled over, at which point the suspect also used pepper spray.

The suspect had a chemical spray, which she used on the second EMT , he added. Police identified the suspect Wednesday night as Julie Tejeda of East Boston. Tejeda was subdued by police at the scene and taken into custody. She is expected to be arraigned this morning in Boston Municipal Court .

Suspect to appear in court after EMT stabbed multiple times by patient© Twitter / @hughfdrummond Downtown Stabbing Scene

An EMT was stabbed while responding to an incident on New Chardron Street in downtown Boston on Wednesday afternoon.

The female EMT was stabbed multiple times inside of an ambulance by a patient according to information obtained by 5 Investigates.

The EMT, a 14-year veteran of the department, was rushed to nearby Massachusetts General Hospital and was reported to have serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

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Family of stabbing victim Lizette Cuesta, 19, leave the courtroom after the arraignment of suspects Leonardo’s apparent baby bump could be seen in court on Wednesday afternoon underneath her red jail Vallejo police discover man stabbed multiple times at car-crash site, he later died at a hospital.

You should suspect : an endocrine emergency . For a responsive medical patient , the history indicates A patient was stabbed in the abdomen in a dangerous neighborhood. The patient also appears to have bruising on the arms and chest.

"Our first responder family faces dangers every day," Boston Police Chief William Gross said. "There is no such thing as a routine call."

Police said a female suspect, later identified as 31-year-old Julie Tejeda, was arrested.

Tejeda, of East Boston, is expected to be arraigned Thursday morning in Boston Municipal court on the following charges: assault with intent to murder, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and assault and battery on a public employee.

Authorities said the EMT responded to a call for an emotionally disturbed person in East Boston around 4 p.m.

As the patient was being transported to the hospital, the patient in the back of the ambulance became unruly and stabbed the EMT, Boston EMS Chief James Hooley said.

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"These EMT's did not deserve this," Gross said. "This is a dangerous job in our first responder family."

"Thank you for the heartfelt thoughts & prayers for our injured EMTs and our entire department. They’ve been heard and are greatly appreciated," Boston EMS tweeted.

"Our first responders put their lives on the line everyday working to protect our residents and keep them safe," Boston Mayor Marty Walsh tweeted. " I wish the EMTs involved in this traumatic incident a speedy recovery."

The incident happened in the area of the Boston Municipal Court Department.

Police tape blocked off part of New Chadron Street from Bowker Street to Bulfinch Place. The streets were reopened to traffic just before 5:30 p.m.

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Man Charged In Esplanade Stabbing Fails To Attend Court.
The man charged in the stabbing of a 23-year-old Allston woman on the Esplanade refused to appear in court Friday. A temporary attorney, who appeared on behalf of suspect Luis Olivo, said that Olivo refused to be transported to the court. The judge ordered Olivo held without bail and rescheduled the hearing to Monday. The judge added that if Olivo again refuses to be transported, he will again be held without bail. Olivo, 37, is charged with armed assault with intent to murder. Police say Olivo stabbed the woman with a pair of scissors “suddenly and without provocation” as she was jogging.

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