Paramedic stopped by police after speeding to treat cop's dad

Manhunt ends after speeding paramedic found to be rushing to save policeman's father.

Arutz Sheva Staff,

MDA ambulance
MDA ambulance

In a twist of fate, a policeman pulled over a haredi paramedic who was rushing to save his own father.

In the report by Kikar Shabbat, a Mogen Dovid Adom paramedic had been rushing to a call last week near Bnei Brak and decided to cut time by driving through a red light. His driving infraction was spotted by a policeman, who ordered that he pull over to the side.

The paramedic decided to ignore the call to pull over in order for the medical treatment to arrive on time, sparking a manhunt.

Upon arriving at the address, the paramedic found a 64 year-old man unconscious from a heart attack. The policeman pursuing him was dumbfounded to realize that the man was his own father and quickly evacuated him to the hospital.