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Men raid ambulance as paramedics attend patient in Barley Mount, Exeter

By mike_byrne  |  Posted: December 03, 2012

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TWO men who raided an ambulance in Exeter while paramedics treated a patient received on-the-spot fines of £80 for being drunk and disorderly.

The incident happened at around 1am in the Barley Mount area of Redhills, Exeter.

An spokesman for the South West Ambulance Service said: "The patient's treatment was unaffected and the vehicle suffered no loss or damage."

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  • frostosmax  |  December 03 2012, 1:27PM

    Irrespective of the Vehicle not receiving loss or damage, or the patients treatment affect, there was the potential for such an act to have far more serious implications. Therefore I think £80.00 is a far to lighter punishment for the two involved. Not necessarily a custodial sentence, but certainly a long stretch of unpaid work as well as the fine. Washing down emergency services vehicles every Saturday for a year would be fairly apt.

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