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BUSAN, South Korea -- The Busan Fire Department has announced it will take stern legal actions against people guilty of attacking rescue workers. The number of crimes has risen to 107 cases over the past two years, of which 94% being committed by intoxicated people. 

According to local radio station Busan eFm, the fire department has created special judicial police and has conducted investigations of the assault cases. These crimes have been committed against rescue workers who are charged with protecting the lives and property of citizens. 

According to the Framework Act on Fire Services, those found guilty of attacking a rescue worker will be imprisoned no more than five years and fined up to thirty million won.


 

Fire Department to Punish Assault Perpetrators


BUSAN, South Korea — The Busan Fire Department has announced it will take stern legal actions against people guilty of attacking rescue workers. The number of crimes has risen to 107 cases over the past two years, of which 94% being committed by intoxicated people. 

According to local radio station Busan eFm, the fire department has created special judicial police and has conducted investigations of the assault cases. These crimes have been committed against rescue workers who are charged with protecting the lives and property of citizens. 

According to the Framework Act on Fire Services, those found guilty of attacking a rescue worker will be imprisoned no more than five years and fined up to thirty million won.


 

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