2008-06-06 / Top Stories

EDP Gives Up When ESU Arrives On Scene

When police arrived for a call on an emotionally disturbed person (EDP) on the two-hundred block of Beach 100 Street, they found a man barricaded in a bungalow, threatening to harm everybody in the home. When the NYPD's emergency services unit (ESU) showed up, however, with their SWAT outfits and heavy weapons, the unidentified man quickly gave up and came out of the bungalow. He then repeatedly pushed the police officers and EMT's and kicked the wall of the ambulance until he was subdued.

Two police officers from the NYPD's elite Emergency Services Unit Adam 9 walk away from the scene on Beach 100 Street after the emotionally disturbed man was placed in an EMS ambulance and subdued. The specialized unit comes to scenes "where a cop needs a cop." Two police officers from the NYPD's elite Emergency Services Unit Adam 9 walk away from the scene on Beach 100 Street after the emotionally disturbed man was placed in an EMS ambulance and subdued. The specialized unit comes to scenes "where a cop needs a cop."

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