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Here Is Why The Gauteng Paramedics Are Marching

JOHANNESBURG - Gauteng Emergency Medical Services laborers on Friday walked against the continuous assaults on paramedics in the area.

The exhibition comes after their partners were held at gunpoint in Reiger Park while reacting to a call.

Kekeletso Lesesa (23), who was assaulted, said she at this point not had a good sense of security, despite the fact that she cherished the work.

#StopAttacksonEMS Paramedics walked in Reiger Park to bring issues to light after late assaults on work force. They were joined by GP Health MEC Nomathemba Mokgethi. MS

EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) January 21, 2022

#StopAttacksonEMS Paramedic Kekeletso Lesesa who was burglarized by 3 outfitted men while taking care of a crisis bring in Reiger Park has begged the local area to work with them and specialists so they have a solid sense of reassurance while on the job. MS

EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) January 21, 2022

Lesesa, a crisis care official based at the OR Tambo Memorial Hospital in Ekurhuleni, and her accomplice were robbed by three furnished men while taking care of a crisis maternity call.

"They took the entirety of our effects. They took the emergency vehicle keys, they looted us fundamentally. They robbed us."

Lesesa said local area individuals heard her shouts, however nobody acted the hero.

She said she was as yet shaken by the assault.

"It was damaging. It's not great to be at another person's leniency like that."

EMS staff have approached the Reiger Park people group to report lawbreakers who assault emergency vehicle teams and work along with specialists to guarantee the individuals who work to save their lives additionally have a good sense of reassurance.

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