In Karczewo, a passenger car driver hit a cyclist. A helicopter of the Polish Medical Air Rescue was ordered to the unconscious woman. According to the police, the driver was driving under the influence of drugs, and the cyclist was driving correctly along the path.
The reporter of tvnwarszawa.pl, Mateusz Szmelter, found out about the incident. He reported that the accident took place at the intersection of Mickiewicza and Piłsudskiego streets in Karczew, in the district of Otwock.
– I confirm that a skoda passenger car collided with a cyclist in Karczewo. A helicopter of the Polish Medical Air Rescue was ordered to the injured woman. The woman will be transported to the hospital. There are traffic difficulties on the spot – said Monika Nawrat from the Warsaw Police Headquarters after 5 p.m.
Several dozen minutes later, the policewoman provided more information about the incident. – The driver of the skoda was sober, but the tests showed that he was driving while under the influence of drugs. The cyclist was driving correctly along the cycle path. There are still activities of the policemen on the spot – Nawrat informed.
On Monday, “17 rescue teams reported no readiness”
On September 1, paramedics launched a nationwide protest against low wages and poor working conditions. Some of them did not come to work or took the minimum number of shifts. That is why LPR helicopters are sent from Wednesday to many events in and around Warsaw. Last Friday, an air ambulance landed in the very center of Warsaw, at Plac Konstytucji.
As the press office of the Masovian Voivode informed us, 17 medical rescue teams, including 13 from Warsaw, reported lack of readiness in Mazovia on Monday.
“Despite the shortcomings in the teams, all calls were met. There were no long waiting times for the implementation of the report. Due to the absence of personnel, the activities of the EMS team secured the crews from other regions. Each report is immediately forwarded to the rescue units for implementation” – we read in a statement from the press team voivode.
It was also recalled that the voivode asked the minister of national defense “with a request to delegate soldiers of the Polish Army with the qualifications of a paramedic or a nurse (…) to provide duty in 40 medical rescue teams from 2 to 16 September this year. extension until September 30 “.
Main photo source: Mateusz Szmelter / tvnwarszawa.pl