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Ambulance on an blue light call has been bricked in Newcastle

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Ambulance on an blue light call has been bricked in Newcastle 5
Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

An ambulance crew have been left covered in shards of glass after the ambulance they travelled in was bricked.

This could have easily killed the driver and crew mate, a second ambulance had to be dispatched to the emergency call they could no longer attend.

Ambulance on an blue light call has been bricked in Newcastle 1

The ambulance was traveling to a emergency call on blue lights and sirens when a brick was thrown at the windscreen of the ambulance.

Shocked crew members quickly pulled over and contacted police who have now launched an investigation.

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The brick was aimed at the driver of the ambulance and without his quick thinking could have easily killed everyone on board.

Anyone who knows who is responsible for this horrific incident is asked to call police on 101.

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