FDNY Sued over Fatal Heart Case Involving Chicago Religion Professor

The lawsuit alleges that Ronald Miller was misdiagnosed by responders


 
 

KATHIANNE BONIELLO, New York Post | | Monday, July 23, 2012


NEW YORK -- A beloved Chicago religion professor on a trip to New York died after being misdiagnosed by emergency responders in his Manhattan hotel room, a lawsuit alleges.

Ronald Miller, 73, was ill and had chest pains when he asked the staff at Harlem’s Aloft Hotel to call 911, his son James Miller told The Post.

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