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He said: 'My use of language was not acceptable and I understand and apologise for this.'The NHS do an amazing job and I have never faulted them in any way.I have the upmost respect for them and I understand the need to park where she did - I just wish that I hadn't reacted in the way I had.'Mr Anderson claims his frustration was directed at a bystander who became angry after he honked his horn at the ambulance which was parked.He said: 'Seconds after beeping my horn a woman came out and verbally abused me.'I was trying to get my point across to say I only beeped to see if it would be long or if they were able to move the vehicle if it was not an emergency.'I cannot apologise enough for the way I spoke to the paramedic.I did swear at her but this was due to the frustration caused by the woman who I was directing my frustration towards.'At the end of the video I called the woman in the doorway 'a d***head' which was all of my anger built up and not aimed at the paramedic as it sounds.'Mr Anderson claims the incident occurred for 'roughly 15 minutes', however the video only shows 'the last heated 30 seconds'.However there is no specific offence for assault of emergency workers or NHS staff.Such assaults would instead be prosecuted using one of the general criminal offences against the person.The Bill will begin Committee stage in the House of Commons this Wednesday where it will be examined in detail.In England and Wales there are specific offences for assaulting on-duty police officers, prison officers, and immigration officers.
West Midlands Ambulance Service say they were at the address for no longer than 30 minutes.The driver's unbelievable request came just hours after another motorist left a rude note on the windscreen of an ambulance from the same NHS trust telling them to park elsewhere.A new Assaults on Emergency Workers (Offences) Bill will double the maximum sentence for common assault from six months to a year if committed against an on duty emergency worker.He complained the ambulance did not have its hazard lights on and became irate because the vehicle was blocking his path in his hometown of Runcorn, Cheshire.Police said they have arrested a man for a public order offence following the incident on Sunday.