‘I’m shot!’ Hero Staten Island EMT recounts being shot by patient in ambulance

A Staten Island EMT recalled the moment he was shot in the shoulder by a “suicidal” intoxicated patient on Wednesday night.

Richard McMahon, 25, discussed his terrifying ordeal during an interview with The Post while recovering at his Shore Acres home after being discharged from Richmond University Medical Center on Thursday.

McMahon had responded to a 911 call for an unconscious person outside Funkey Monkey Lounge on Forest Avenue and Llewellyn Place in Port Richmond around 7:40 p.m., officials said.

Thomas McCauley, 37, was laying on the ground when McMahon assessed him and decided he needed medical treatment, the EMT said.

“I was asking him questions in

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