Woman accused of assaulting paramedic who was treating her

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A paramedic was reportedly left with facial injuries after allegedly being attacked by a Kingswood woman he was called out to treat.

Shanice Robins, 23, of London Street, was arrested on Wednesday afternoon (April 1) following the alleged assault.

Police were called at 11.30am to reports a male paramedic was assaulted while attempting to treat Ms Robins’ leg injury.

She is now due to appear before magistrates on April 30.

A spokesperson for Avon and Somerset Constabulary said: “A woman is due in court later this month charged with assaulting a paramedic called out to treat her.

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“Shanice Robins, 23, of London Street, Kingswood, was arrested on Wednesday afternoon 1 April and is due before magistrates on 30 April to face a charge of assaulting an emergency worker.

“Police were called to the incident just after 11.30am when a male paramedic reported suffering facial injuries after attending to treat the woman for a leg injury.”

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