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AMR Returns Springfield Man's Body to Door

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- Kenia Colon knew something was wrong when her grandmother called and said her grandfather, Luis Suliveres, 71, was feeling sick. They called 911. When crews from American Medical Response arrived at their Fort Pleasant Street home in Springfield (Mass.), Suliveres was still alive.

"They took him into the ambulance and they told us he passed away," said Colon. That is when the family said the EMTs, who were still parked in the street, brought Suliveres' dead body back up the sidewalk, up the porch stairs, and back to the front door...

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