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Baltimore Names First Female EMS Chief


 
 

Brent Jones | | Wednesday, October 17, 2007


The Baltimore Fire Department named today a 20-year veteran of the Emergency Medical Services division its first female battalion chief.

Laura Shiloh is the only woman in the department's 149-year history to reach that standing, which represents the fifth-highest level of command. Shiloh is one of three battalion chiefs in the EMS division.

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