Paramedics attacked in Andersonville, 2 charged with aggravated battery
October 27, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Two men are charged with aggravated battery after allegedly attacking a Chicago Fire Department paramedic.
On Friday evening a paramedic was treating a patient near Clark and Bryn Mawr in the Andersonville neighborhood. That's when 31-year-old Daniel Delgado allegedly punched the paramedic in the chest.
Twenty-four-year-old Hector Moreno then reportedly ran from across the street and tried to punch another paramedic.
Sunday a judge set bond for both men at $150,000.
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