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Detroit Paramedic Won't be Suspended in 'Blanket Scandal'

The fire commissioner said Gaglio was not disciplined for giving away property but "for failing to follow department policy related to inventory accounting for an ambulance"


 
 

The Detroit News | | Wednesday, October 17, 2012


DETROIT -- A Detroit EMS paramedic disciplined by his department after a fire run last month will not be suspended, authorities said Tuesday.

On Sept. 18, Jeff Gaglio provided a blanket to a senior citizen whose home was ravaged by a blaze. Two weeks later, Gaglio was officially informed that he would be brought up on departmental charges.

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