A union boss representing First Responders across New York City slammed Big Apple Mayor Bill de Blasio Wednesday; saying his policies have led to “chaos” that is nearing “the point of no return.”
“Mayor Bill de Blasio is being asked to do more to protect first responders in the wake of an attack on a 20-year-old emergency medical technician as he was transporting an emotional disturbed person to the hospital,” reports CBS New York.
“Mayor de Blasio, you need to do more to protect the men and women who protect and serve this city,” said Oren Barzilay, president of EMS union Local 2507. “The city is spiraling down to a chaos where there’s no respect for nobody — buckets of water thrown at police officers, assaults on EMTs and paramedics are on a daily basis, assaults on MTA workers is on a daily basis … our city has run down to a point of no return.”
Read the full report at CBS New York.