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|Patient Bites Ambulance Driver
Posted: June. 19th, 2012
ZWN: Colfax, Washington. USA
Jason M. Hundrup, 41 (Photo Courtesy: Whitman County Jail)
An ambulance driver was attacked and bitten by the patient he was transporting Monday. Jason M. Hundrup, 41. broke free from his restraints, attacked the driver and had to be restrained by several paramedics.
While transporting a patient from Tri-State Memorial Hospital early Sunday morning, Clarkston Fire paramedics were forced to stop the ambulance and defend themselves from the patient.
The assault to the ambulance driver happened about 11 miles north of Colfax.
The responders were unable to calm the patient, identified as Jason M. Hundrup, 41. He managed to brake free from his restraints and pushed his way into the cabin. Once there he tried to grab the steering wheel. He then bit the driver. Fortunately, the driver was able to stop the vehicle so the other paramedic could open the ambulance's passenger door and pull Hundrup off of the driver.
Hundrup immediately fled to a nearby farmhouse on Klaveano Road where he allegedly threw a rock through a window and ran into a nearby field. Regional law enforcement agents from Colfax Police, Spokane County Sheriff’s Office and Washington State Patrol were called to respond to the area where they found Hundrup shortly after, hiding under a bridge near Klaveano and Ragon Road.
The driver of the ambulance was transported to the hospital where he was treated for his injuries. The chief of Clarkston Fire, Steve Cooper, says the driver of the ambulance will be okay, but there will be some follow up treatment.
Cooper added that in his 35-years of experience, he’s never seen anything like this and appreciates the response of law enforcement.
A cordoned around the immediate area has been established. Necro-mortosis first response vehicles and other hazmat units have reportedly been seen in the area.
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