EHS became aware of an incident that occurred over this past weekend at St. Francis Xavier University while paramedics were on scene to respond to a call.

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**** IUOE Local 727 Release

INCIDENT AT ST. FX

EHS became aware of an incident that occurred over this past weekend at St. Francis Xavier University while paramedics were on scene to respond to a call. In a video shared on social media, two men can be seen climbing on top of the ambulance while a crowd of onlookers cheer them on. We strongly condemn the actions of those involved.

What if paramedics had been in the ambulance treating a patient? Many procedures can be delicate and require a steady hand – rocking and shaking of the vehicle can cause serious harm.

What if paramedics had returned to the ambulance with a patient in critical condition and in need of immediate transport? Minutes and seconds can be the difference between life and death. Waiting for inconsiderate party-goers to remove themselves from the ambulance could’ve cost valuable life-saving time.

What these people did was thoughtless, inconsiderate and potentially extremely dangerous for themselves, our paramedics and the patient they were there to help. We sincerely hope that the university will look into this matter and discipline those involved accordingly.

Video via NS Paramedics Facebook :

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1039090553563143&id=305433346928871

“A video has been circulating of an incident that occurred this weekend at St.FX. We strongly condemn the actions depicted in the video (below) & hope St.FX will look into this matter & discipline those involved accordingly.”

2 thoughts on “EHS became aware of an incident that occurred over this past weekend at St. Francis Xavier University while paramedics were on scene to respond to a call.

  1. His is absolutely disgusting behaviour. A school for higher learning and jerks like this behave like cavemen. Children wouldn’t behave like that.
    I think they need to be expelled and taught a huge lesson about living in community. This is plain wrong.
    Our medics should not have to deal with this kind of behaviour and I hope hat disciplinary action will be taken.

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