American complains rescuers after unsuccessful suicide attempt

World May 1, 2018 12:33

fairfax county - An American complains a rescue worker who has saved him from drowning. The bipolar Mateusz Fijalkowski tried to commit suicide in a swimming pool, but was taken out of the water by the rescue worker.

The 23-year-old American was under water for more than two minutes. According to Fijalkowski, eight agents tried to stop the rescue worker. The Washington Post reports that, according to Fairfax County Police Department, the agents have acted correctly in this specific situation.

Fijalkowski reports in an email to Washington Post that the police did not initially intervene in drowning. Eventually a rescue worker came to the rescue and the agents helped him. Yet the American is not satisfied: 'I am not grateful for the fact that they did not let me die clinically. '

Although the incident took place in 2016, Fijalkowski now sues both the rescue worker and the agents because he has the high medical costs. The twenties need more than $ 100,000 to pay his bills. At the time of the incident, Fijalkowski had not yet been diagnosed with his disorder.

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