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Investigation of Conflict Between Private Ambulance Employees and Journalists in Moscow


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Moscow, March 28 – Law enforcement officers began a pre-investigation check after Shot journalists were attacked by employees of a medical organization who were filming a report on a boy who was refused to be taken to hospital by a private ambulance, a law enforcement source told the News Agency.
And the Shot Telegram channel, Monday, published a message that the cameraman of the film crew “suffocated, and the reporter was thrown out of the office” by a private ambulance.
“Currently, Moscow investigators are conducting a pre-investigation investigation on this fact under the article on obstruction of the journalist’s professional activities,” the source said.

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According to him, the day before the dispute between the journalists who filmed the report and the employees of the “International Emergency Medical Center” took place at the address: 1st Ugreshsky Proezd, house 6, building 1.
The scandal surrounding the International Emergency Medical Center erupted after the publication of materials about a sick 13-year-old boy who was refused to be taken to a hospital by a private ambulance of this organization. Subsequently, on the basis of the fact of this incident, a criminal case was initiated for “providing services that do not meet safety requirements.” As reported by the regional office of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, the paramedic dropped off the boy and his mother because they did not have the necessary amount to pay for his services.

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