A representative of a neighborhood association in St Louis reached out to The Gateway Pundit recently. He’s received first-hand information from the city’s firefighters and other city workers who claim there are only six on average medics covering and assisting the entire city due to poor support from the local government.
There should be 12 medic units running each day but that’s not the case in St. Louis City.
According to our source, he received a list of incidents where people have to drive themselves to the hospital because it took hours for an ambulance to arrive to help. See below:
A man got paralyzed on his left side after he called for a stroke and waited for 30 mins for help to arrive.
A three-year-old who was a victim of child abuse had to be put him in a police car with two firemen who drove him to the hospital because no medics were available.
The mayor in St Louis Tishaura Jones, a radical leftist who is very critical of St. Louis City policing, refuses to support additional funds for law enforcement, Fire Department, paramedics, EMS, & 911 just to mention a few.
Here’s the excerpt from the email we received:
A St. Louis man told FOX news that it took 10 hours for an ambulance to arrive to help his brother is now in the hospital fighting for his life.
Let’s help put some pressure on the city to provide the taxpayers the services that they deserve. You can contact the mayors office here: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone: (314) 622-3201 open from 8 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday.