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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

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

BOSTON – An emergency medical technician who was stabbed multiple times by a patient she was treating, is recovering from her injuries Wednesday night. The suspect in the attack, Julie Tejeda, 31, of East Boston, is scheduled to be arraigned in Boston Municipal Court on charges of assault with

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.

'He ran toward the screaming,' tried to stop murder suspect

'He ran toward the screaming,' tried to stop murder suspect A Connecticut man traveling with his family jumped into action when he heard screaming in a Worcester restaurant Wednesday night. Allan Corson Jr., 26, was with his family in O'Connor's Restaurant & Bar on West Boylston Street around 8 p.m. when a man armed with two knives attacked a woman. "When the scream turned to a screech, I knew someone needed help," Corson said. "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. The woman was stabbed and later died of her injuries. Officials have not yet released information about her identity.

Suspect to appear in court after EMT stabbed multiple times by patient . One teen was airlifted and another taken by Chenango Ambulance after being seriously injured in a dirt bike crash in Chenango Bridge on June 6, 2019.

A female EMT in the back of the ambulance was stabbed multiple times and suffered serious wounds. Boston EMS Chief James Hooley says the EMTs The suspect has been identified as 31-year-old Julie Tejeda. She allegedly stabbed the EMT several times then tried to keep her partner away after

"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.

Pregnant Woman, Man Stabbed After Altercation In The Loop

Pregnant Woman, Man Stabbed After Altercation In The Loop Two people were stabbed, including a pregnant woman, after a fight Saturday night in the Loop. Around 11:30 p.m., the victims were waiting with a group of people at Washington and Wabash for a rideshare when a male and female pulled up in a vehicle and offered the group a ride, according to Chicago police. The group began to argue and the two people got out of their vehicle and stabbed the woman, 27, and the 26-year-old man in the stomach. The Chicago Fire Department said the woman told EMS she was three months pregnant.

When evaluating a patient with multiple complaints, the EMT 's responsibility is to. What part of the patient assessment process focuses on obtaining additional information about the patient 's chief complaint and any medical problems he or she may have?

When gathering medical history information for this patient , the EMT should After performing a head tilt-chin lift maneuver to open the airway of an unresponsive patient , you should You may not have time to perform a secondary assessment if you must continually manage life threats that were

"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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