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Ambulance Company Reviewing Work of Fake Paramedic

DENVER -- American Medical Response is investigating each patient case handled by the paramedic exposed in a 9NEWS report as an imposter.

The Greenwood Village-based company placed Todd Teel on unpaid leave when it discovered last December that he had forged a national certification card. He had worked as a paramedic for AMR for 17 months, stationed in Denver and briefly in Longmont.

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