After that a firefighter in the city of Miami, Florida is in serious trouble thrashed a man tied to a stretcher. The aggressive reaction was because he spit on the face of the public servant.
The incident was recorded on a security camera at Jackson Memorial Hospital, where a man identified as Antonio Cruz was on a stretcher surrounded by emergency technicians. From one second to the next, a firefighter named Robert Webster begins thrashing Cruz.
It should be noted that Antonio Cruz had his arms immobilized for which he received direct blows from Robert, as can be seen in the video published by local 10, It is known that a few seconds before the brawl, Cruz spat in the face of Robert Webster, who could not control his anger and began to attack the patient.
Antonio Cruz was taken to the hospital for being under the influence of drugs such as cocaine and heroin, That’s why in the hospital he can be heard trying to harass people around him by hurling abuses. However, the situation spirals out of control after her sloppy act with a member of the fire department.
Webster was fired upon learning of this, as reported by the City of Miami Fire Department.
“When this incident occurred, the individual was immediately relieved of his position. Our department is conducting an administrative investigation while this individual is on relief from duty,” he said in a statement to Polygon.
It was saved from being crushed by a ship’s propeller
The ocean is one of the places of greatest beauty and natural diversity on the planet, which is why thousands of people are eager to dive into the depths to see so many riches. Even then, It is important to have all the safety measures in place to avoid incidents that end in tragedy.,
named a diver in hawaii Christopher Lastra went viral after recording the moment he was almost thrown and crushed by a ship Of fast speed This happened when the person was raising his head above the surface.
The 30-year-old marine explorer said he had been spearfishing in the Magic Island area of the United States but feared for his life when he decided to return to the surface. A speeding ship was only a few meters away from colliding with it.
Thanks to his reflexes, Christopher was able to stray mere inches from the boat’s trajectory. That is to say, both the armored ship and the powerful propeller driving it passed a very short distance from his body.
it was proof her fin, which was destroyed by the boat’s propeller, Despite the unfortunate episode, Christopher accepts that he bears some responsibility for what happened, as he failed to establish protocol to avoid this type of incident.
“Unfortunately, at that time the boat was already 5 yards away from me and was heading straight for me. I shout “ah” (at the same time I try to inhale) as I push myself out of the boat to get away from the center where I knew the propeller would be,” Christopher himself said in the video description.
Usually, people who drown in the deep sea set up a buoy or flag to warn their companions or boats that pass through the area, that people are under water, so navigate more carefully.
,My buoy was swept away last week and I was scheduled to take one tonight, however I did a short dive on a shallow reef it will be fine (…) Wrong decision to dive in an area with a lot of traffic”, expressed Christopher Lastra.