An emergency medical team came under attack from a horde of illegal aliens while trying to rescue an injured minor at an asylum center for 'child migrants' in Melilla, Spain, according to reports.
Paramedics were called to the Purísima juvenile detention in the autonomous city, one of two controlled by Spain on the African continent.
Upon arrival, technicians discovered a male "minor with injuries to the clavicle” surrounded by around 50 unruly migrants living at the facility.
When one female paramedic bent over to check on the condition of the injured youth, she felt someone "touching her buttocks," but could not identify the perpetrator in the crowd.
After further examination of the injured boy inside an ambulance, medics determined he did not need to be transported to hospital.
The patient apparently disagreed with the decision and joined some of the migrants in throwing stones at the ambulance as it sped away, causing damage to the body of the vehicle.
The migrants reportedly stole a cell phone from the nurse on duty at the center and made repeated phone calls to the emergency hotline following the attack.
Large groups of illegal aliens frequently attempt to rush border fences surrounding the enclaves in hopes of reaching Spanish soil and eventually being moved to the European continent.
Hundreds of African males forced their way in Melilla in late July, as Infowars Europe reported.
Approximately 10,000 migrants stormed into Ceuta in the span of mere hours during a historic border siege in May.
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