According to Paulina Heigel, the spokeswoman for the WSPR in Szczecin, on the night of December 31 to January 1, paramedics provided help as many as 420 times.
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West Pomeranian. The men fell out the windows
– The summons most often concerned people under the influence of alcohol who suffered head or limb injuries as a result of a fall – reports Heigel.
As he adds, the most serious event of this type took place during the New Year’s Eve party in Warnice. A 22-year-old man fell out of the window from a height of about 3 meters. – He was hospitalized with shoulder and head injuries – Paulina Heigel, a spokeswoman for the WSPR in Szczecin, announced on January 1.
As she added, a similar event also took place in Podańsk in the Goleniów poviat. There, a 23-year-old fell out of a window from a height of about 3 meters. The man was hospitalized with a head injury.
In Świdwin, the rescuers secured and transported to the hospital a 20-year-old, who was attacked with a sharp instrument and suffered an abdominal injury.
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One of the most peaceful New Year’s Eve nights in recent years
– We have not noticed any serious traffic accident. There were also few reports related to the firing of fireworks or firecrackers. The two most serious interventions of this type took place in Tanowo and Różyca. In both cases, the adult males suffered eye injuries, Heigel said.
She also noted that “last New Year’s Eve was one of the quieter in recent years”.
From 7 p.m. on New Year’s Eve until On Saturday, on Saturday, the medical rescue teams of the WSPR in Szczecin throughout the voivodeship provided help 420 times. Last year, there were 600 interventions.
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