AN AMBULANCE has been damaged after paramedics were targeted in a rock attack in Perth’s south earlier this week – in what was one of two orchestrated attacks.
The ambulance officers were returning to base after finishing a job on Monday night when a motorcycle approached them flashing its lights.
The paramedics pulled over, assuming there was a medical issue, when the pillion passenger threw a large rock at the ambulance, smashing a side window.
It happened about 11pm on Kulija Road in Baldivis. Thankfully there were no patients on board and neither of the paramedics weren’t hurt.
But police say that just an hour and a half later another rock was thrown from a motorbike – this time hitting a car on Eighty Road.
The car’s bonnet and windscreen were damaged in the attack.
Police are asking anyone with information or dash cam footage of the incidents or other similar attacks to call CrimeStoppers.