The burglars obstructed the street around 8:00 pm and ransacked labourers who had quite recently moved a patient to the medical clinic.
A comparable episode occurred in February this year in which the driver of the rescue vehicle was shot while shipping a pregnant lady to a wellbeing office.
Agent Administrative Head of the Ghana Ambulance Service, Adbul Adam Latif, disclosed to JoyNews that the group was shipping a patient who had been released from the Tamale Teaching Hospital to his home.
"Everything was organized and the rescue vehicle accepted off with three groups, the patient and his family members," he said.
He added that while getting back from the home, they happened upon a barricade on Chereponi street. The driver endeavoured to pivot just to see a shooter before the vehicle who requested them to stop.
Different burglars are said to have risen out of the shrubbery close by and assaulted the specialists.
They are said to have explicitly attacked a female on board the emergency vehicle before harming the emergency vehicle driver. They at that point requested them to rests and continued to take their cash, including what was assigned for fuel.
Giving further subtleties, he said "the burglars even had weapons and cutlasses and pointed them at them. They were informed that if they don't deliver those things, they will murder them."
He further communicated worry over the wellbeing of the emergency vehicle workforce, adding that the help is as yet in converses with the government to give security to their security.
Then, labourers have been encouraged not to go on night ventures for security reasons.
The casualties are right now recuperating from the injury of the episode, while the individuals who supported wounds are getting treatment.
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