Oslo, Norway. Last Monday night the 27th Jan 2014 at Carl Berners plass in Oslo, Police made an arrest of man they referred to as having put “themselves and others in a dangerous situation”.
On the scene were civilian clothed Police and an “Oslo-Akershus” Ambulance that had according to police got the report.
Witnesses described the arrest as a team effort by both the Norwegian Police and the Ambulance Personnel. Apparently the Norwegian Civil Police were in slow pursuit of the car being driven by the individual whilst in an unorthodox procedure the ambulance used their vehicle to cut-off and box-in the suspect’s car. The Suspect was then removed from the car, thrown onto the car and handcuffed for arrest by the police.
The ambulance drivers on the scene refused to comment as did the Civilian Police on the events.
The press office of the Oslo Police district stated,
“The person who was looked after by the police put themselves and others in a dangerous situation. The ambulance arrived at the scene because they were contacted by the report. How police and ambulance cars respectively parked and prevented the person from running further, we have no information about as of now. ”
Emergency and ambulance services in Oslo formally responded with “We have no comments” on the events witnesses described.