Brave nurse distracts attacker with knife to protect her patient
She deserves a raise and honor award for her courage!

An attacker was stopped by a brave nurse who dared to distract him to buy time for her wheel chair bound patient to escape.

The CCTV video shows the attacker, Yusuf Aka calmly walked towards a stranger and stabbed him. The footage was recorded on January, 16th.

Patients and nurses were tetrified and ran for their lives in horror. But, one man was stuck because his wheel chair was trapped between two seat sides.

After that, the 22-year-old attacker walked through waiting room doors, unplugged all computers in the room with a straight face and threw them everywhere. Patients and nurses were tetrified and ran for their lives in horror.

One man was stuck because his wheel chair was trapped between two seat sides. A young nurse noticed his dangerous state. She stepped up, distracted Aka to buy time for him to escape. The brave nurse also approached him while calling on colleagues to summon security.

Police has confirmed that Aka caused severe harm to his first victim, a 25-year-old-man outside Midlands hospital. 

Msr. Kerry Johnston, one of Leicester's leaders, has honored the nurse "special courage" for patients in general when facing danger.

After the court, detective Constable Chris Symmonds said "This is a scary experience, not only to the stabbed victim, but to all of us. Aka brought with himself the aggressiveness and insanity of mental instability. We don't know what caused him doing do, we don't know if he would do it again in the future. But one thing I know, that the courgae of the hospital employees is grand. One nursed even risked her life to make time for others to hide. They should be proud of themselves."

Although it was accepted that Aka was mentally unwell, at his sentencing today the judge said Aka's violent psychotic episode could have been self-induced by cannabis use.

Aka, 22, of Grovebury Walk, Leicester, was on licence from a seven year detention sentence for armed robberies when the incident happened.

Sentencing at Leicester Crown Court, Judge Philip Head said Aka told a doctor that the motivation for doing what he did at the hospital was because he wanted "attention".

Of the man Aka stabbed, the judge said: "The victim, at that time, was homeless, and your attack upon him was entirely random and he just had the misfortune to be there.

Source: AP

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