Drunk patient tries to throw medic down stairs
The man started choking the paramedic and attacked the paramedic's female colleague
The Docklands and East London Advertiser
LONDON — A drunk patient who choked a paramedic and tried to throw him down the stairs when the ambulance worker tried to help him was convicted of common assault.
Emergency medical technician Paul La Roche was called to treat Daud Omer at his home in Abbot Road, Bromley-by-Bow, after the 28-year-old fell in the early hours of Sunday, June 3.
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