Female paramedic stabbed during 999 call-out discharged from hospital
Deena Evans and her colleague, Michael Hipgrave, who was also attacked, are said to be ‘in good spirits’.
A female paramedic who was stabbed along with a male colleague while on a 999 call-out has been discharged from hospital.
Deena Evans was stabbed once in the chest and fellow medic Michael Hipgrave was slashed across his back during an incident at a maisonette in Stephens Close, Wolverhampton, at about 12.20pm on Monday.
The paramedics were called to the property to carry out a concern-for-welfare check on the sole male occupant, after the alarm was raised by a relative.
“She is now continuing her recovery at home.”
The ambulance service added that Mr Hipgrave – who was discharged on Monday night – was continuing his recovery at home.
WMAS said: “Both Deena and Michael are in good spirits as they recover from their ordeal.
“West Midlands Ambulance Service continues to offer full support to both members of staff, as well as any colleagues who have been affected by this incident.”
He was remanded in custody after a short hearing at Wolverhampton Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, and ordered to appear at the city’s Crown Court on August 5.