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I did swear at her but this was due to the frustration caused by the woman who I was directing my frustration towards.'At the end of the video I called the woman in the doorway 'a d***head' which was all of my anger built up and not aimed at the paramedic as it sounds.'Mr Anderson claims the incident occurred for 'roughly 15 minutes', however the video only shows 'the last heated 30 seconds'.According to Mr Anderson, he has been inundated with phone calls from strangers and claims he has also received 'numerous posts sending death threats'.Video of the new incident in Cheshire was posted to Facebook by Ami Garner and it has caused outrage, racking up 813K Views, 3,000 comments and 12,978 shares in just 18 hours.The video starts with the man arguing with the North West Ambulance paramedic, telling her that motorists turning the corner are unaware that an ambulance is obstructing the road and suggesting the staff should have stopped to put signs out.More than 16million people have been affected by the floods in South Asia, with heavy rains and damaged roads hampering relief efforts amid severe food shortages and a growing risk of waterborne diseases.Martin Faller, deputy regional director for Asia Pacific at the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, said: 'This is fast becoming one of the most serious humanitarian crises this region has seen in many years.'Millions of people face severe food shortages and disease.

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In that incident, an unidentified driver posted a note that said: 'I know you're saving lives but don't park your van in a stupid place and block my drive.' The 42-year-old man died after he was found vomiting blood and rushed to hospital.We fear (it) will get worse in the days and weeks ahead.'Heavy monsoon rains have unleashed landslides and floods that killed hundreds of people in recent days and displaced millions more across northern India, southern Nepal and Bangladesh.An angry motorist launched a shocking torrent of abuse at a paramedic and called her a 'f****** idiot' because her ambulance was blocking the street.It is reported that the mother and child were swept to their deaths after yesterday's fall, while the man appeared to be pulled to safety by fellow villagers.

An onlooker said: 'People were fleeing to safer places as rain water drowned their houses.

They are at a loss as to what to take and what to leave behind.'The bridge connects two villages.