A patient's family member gets physical with an EMT in the middle of a call in this collection of scenes from "United We Stand."
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United We Stand
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I think that ems cheif was the main egi maniac.... That kid was freaked out.. What do you expect from a normal person.. That his behaviour should be calm while mother is hurt... Should have consoled the child instead of pressing charges againt it... Its ur duty to protect and serve not to misuse powers like smoking in an ambulance..
I’m glad he pressed charges! Assaulting an EMT is not okay. And if he cared about his mom he wouldn’t act the way he acted. We are here to help our patients. Even if that means arresting her (clearly abusive) son!
It could’ve been handled differently that man was upset about his mother. Clearly she was not suppose to be driving she probably has health issues and that wreck will make it worse he was just upset about his mother. I do sympathize with Ted sorry he was injured 🤕 emotions were high glad Ted is ok hope the mother is ok and the son gets help for his temper
We need to keep her blood pressure down okay?," MAHN DON TELL ME $&#%*!!" (Starts fighting)....... Because when people are trying to help my injured mother, I'm gonna be looking to fight them 😒 That was just Ignorance. Watch this video if you want to observe ignorance at it's core.....
They could have handled the man better. I notice the comments by emergency workers about how all people are idiots, etc. But try being in an unfamiliar situation, where you are scared and uncertain, dealing with people with poor bedside manner. Essentially the patient has to deal with government workers who don't have enough respect for people to bother learning effective communication techniques. No one has the right to assault someone but there are ways to amplify situations and there are ways to calm things down.
My mom was in a car accident and the vehicle that hit her was a ambulance and instead of helping her they drove off her car was totaled and she had to go to physical therapy and she still has problems with her wrist and they still did nothing and we even filled a report and the ambulance had no sirens of anything on and when I found out that she was it a car accident I was devastated I broke down but thank god she is still alive 🙏🏾😭😥
Wait a minute...so he needed a neck brace...for a shoulder injury....the other man is sitting there smoking a cigarette while on duty....holly out here looking like a snack....and yet they had to call the SWAT on the dude who said don't tell me how to talk to my momma?? 🤔🤔🤔🤔
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