DAILYKENN.com -- As Britain turns browner it turns more violent.
Insurgents -- called "migrants" by globalists -- aren't fleeing violence in the homelands. They are bringing it with them.
The Sun newspaper reports 999 no-go zones (999 is the UK's 911) include more than 1,400 addresses ambulance crews refuse to service without a police escort.
From thesun.co.uk ▼ Jon Rogers
AMBULANCE crews will not attend incidents at more than 1,400 homes in England without a police escort, shocking new figures have revealed.
The North West service, with 756 addresses red-flagged was the country’s worst area for assaults.
Around eight paramedics are subjected to a serious attack every day as they try to carry out their work saving the public.
Some have been stabbed, throttled and even sexually assaulted in their line of work.
Assaults on ambulance crew members have soared by 36 percent in just five years, according to figures seen by the Sunday People.
More than 2,800 staff were attacked on duty last year, a rise from just over 2,000 in 2013-14.
The figures cover ten of the 11 ambulance trusts in England.
In London, injuries sustained by staff included asphyxiation, spinal cord damage, burns, dislocations, fractures and concussion.
A shocking 69 ambulance workers reported being sexually assaulted in 2017 in Yorkshire while another 47 were kicked, 24 slapped, 17 bitten and 36 spat upon.
South East Coast Ambulance has seen the number of assaults on staff nearly double in five years from 113 in 2013-14 to 220 in 2017-18.
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