A lady left an abusive word on an ambulance coping with a 999 name, ordering paramedics to “transfer their van”.
The author mentioned she didn’t care if “the entire avenue collapsed” and the crew had “no proper to be parked right here”.
The hand-written message was left on an ambulance in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, earlier.
Operational supervisor Mike Duggan mentioned the paramedics additionally obtained verbal abuse.
He shared a picture of the word on Twitter saying he was “very indignant”.
Paramedic Katie Tudor tweeted Staffordshire Police asking: “Is there something that may be carried out about this? It is turning into a daily incidence.”
Ch Insp John Owen replied: “Officers are within the means of chatting with our @OFFICIALWMAS colleagues to acquire the complete particulars from the crews on the scene.”
The word concluded with the phrases “now transfer your van from exterior my home”.
One Twitter person replied: “They most likely needed to write ‘van’ as a result of they have been unable to spell ambulance. Hope they’re visited by Staffs Police and prosecuted.”
Mr Duggan advised the BBC he thinks individuals who abuse emergency workers have to be handled extra “robustly”.
He mentioned: “What’s it going to take? Is one among us going to need to die earlier than they take it significantly?”
West Midlands Ambulance Service’s Hazardous Space Response Staff additionally blasted the word.
The workforce tweeted: “Sadly this seems to be acceptable behaviour in some small minded individuals’s minds as of late #sadtimes.”