Though the media will never mention it, the ‘No Go Zones’ are predominantly Muslim-migrant populated areas. Ambulance Victoria has released a list of more than 200 locations where staff are officially warned that their safety could be at risk, with several addresses requiring armed police escorts.
Daily Mail The 229 locations may pose a ‘physical safety’ risk to paramedics, due to ‘aggressive dogs at the premises, weapons on the premises, unsafe houses, verbal threats of aggression and actual assaults on Ambulance Victoria staff members’ the list says.
In six locations, police protection is required due to ‘previous violent incidents and unpredictable behaviour at the residence’. The top six violence risk locations were in Capel Sound, Dimboola, Fawkner, Mount Beauty, Northcote and Wheelers Hill.
Many of the listed addresses paramedics are advised to avoid in Victoria are scenes where groups have been known to gather and commit violent crimes. ‘Both the Ambulance Service and ourselves have given direction to the paramedics that if they are in doubt, get out, don’t stay there,’ said Steve McGhie, Secretary of the Ambulance Employees Union.
Though the media won’t mention it, Australian citizens will: