Los socorristas de los servicios médicos de emergencia del condado de Falck Alameda respondieron a un tiroteo el sábado por la noche durante un evento del decimonoveno en el lago Merritt de Oakland, where one person was killed and seven others were wounded, los funcionarios han dicho. Video shared on Twitter by user @Anthea06274890 shows EMTs loading a gurney out of the ambulance as a crowd gathers and begins to twerk against the vehicle.
A spokesperson for the Alameda County Health Care Services Agency confirmed to Fox News late Tuesday that the actions depicted in the video “occurred while the EMTs were attending to victims” related to the Saturday evening shooting.
The spokesperson, Jerri Applegate Randrup, said the crowd or their actions “did not impact or impede the treatment” or transport of any of the patients to a local hospital, which was approximately 10 minutos de distancia.
Randrup said the first Falck ambulance arrived at the scene in just over five minutes, and all ambulances that responded “were able to locate, assess, provide immediate treatment, load, and depart the scene to the local trauma center” in less than eight minutes from the time they arrived.
“Falck reported that as soon as they loaded the patients and were ready to leave, the crowd backed away and let them leave without pushback or issue,”Randrup added in an email.
A 22-year-old San Francisco man was killed and six others were wounded in the shooting just before 6:30 pm. local time in the 2200 block of Lakeshore Avenue.