Paramedic assaulted by man he was assisting on Dublin Bus

A man has been arrested after a paramedic was assaulted on a Dublin Bus this morning.

The Dublin Fire Brigade medic was trying to help a patient who had fallen unconscious on the Number 41 bus just after 7.30am this morning.

Gardaí say the man became aggressive and assaulted the paramedic after he woke up.

It is understood the medic suffered injuries to his face.

Investigators have arrested a man for public order and assault and have taken him to Store Street garda station.

Digital Desk

Related Articles

Dublin TD criticises NTA for establishing first ever 24-hour public bus route in Cork

Here's the breakdown of improvements Dublin bus commuters are to experience from today

Three more Dublin bus routes switch to Go-Ahead operator from today

Campaigners lodge objection to Dublin's Bus Connects plan

More in this Section

Two men arrested in investigation into Derry armed robbery

European Parliament backs proposals to help those who lose their passports when travelling outside the EU

Belfast site named after women who campaigned against plastic bullets

Stephen Donnelly urges Health Minister to act to avert ambulance strike


What’s better for your health – sleeping naked or in pyjamas?

Fixing leeks in the cold snap

How some home truths can help save the planet

Wish List: Some delightfully eclectic products we need in our lives

More From The Irish Examiner