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‘No-Go-Zones’: Swedish EMTs Fear to Enter ‘High Risk’ Areas Without Police And Armour

  • Published on Mar 3, 2017
    So-called ‘no-go zones’ where it’s too dangerous to enter without police protection, have become a pivotal problem in Sweden, says Gordon Grattidge, the head of the country’s ambulance union. The union boss also said they need special equipment to be able to go with the police into dangerous areas. This equipment includes helmets and body armor while ambulance vehicles must be reinforced. Sweden’s police officials say the problem in no-go zones is exaggerated, despite numerous reports about violence and high crime rates in those areas. Gordon Grattidge adds those no-go zones are mainly populated by migrants. READ MORE:


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