Female medic student stabbed outside Fla. fire station
Despite wounds to her chest and thighs she banged on the station door for help before passing out; she later came to and called 911
By Alyana Gomez
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is investigating an attack on a female paramedic student at a fire station on the Westside.
According to the incident report obtained by Action News, a woman told police she left Fire Station No. 52 on Collins Road at 12:45 a.m. when someone attacked her.
JFRD spokesman Tom Francis and Chief Marty Senterfitt told Action News the victim is a paramedic student.
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