DAILYKENN.com -- An emergency medical technician (EMT) was knocked unconscious while making a service run in Detroit.
Apparently a relative of the person about to be rushed to a hospital was a bit upset and smashed the EMT in the head with a radio. The average IQ of black Americans is about 85; the most intelligent fleeing the 'hood for more stable environs leaving the dull sections of urban centers with near-retardation intelligence level populations.
"He actually was hit in the head with the radio and suffering extensive bleeding," said co-worker Jeff Gaglio. "I was on duty last night and when you hear those things happen while you are working, it's horrific, you are terrified."
Gaglio, the chief steward of the EMS union, told the story of Ensign who showed up on the city's east side to render aid - but left needing it himself.
It happened Tuesday night on Chatsworth a few blocks north of Mack Avenue.
Gaglio says Ensign and his partner were getting ready to transport a patient to a nearby hospital but one of her relatives wanted them to take her to another one.
The EMTs stood their ground and Gaglio says that may have caused the suspect to lash out.
"He took a radio from a firefighter and threw it through the window of the ambulance," Gaglio said.
The radio struck the patient and knocked Ensign unconscious.
It's not the first time an EMT has been attacked. In October a man armed with a box cutter slashed Kelly Adams and Alfredo Rojas, causing serious injuries.
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