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Ambulance Driver Didn't Report Convictions

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- A Louisville Metro ambulance driver involved in an accident that killed a passenger last April has committed two traffic offenses and pleaded guilty to passing bad checks since being hired by Louisville Metro government in June 2006.

Tammy Renee Brewer also violated state law when she failed to notify the state Board of Emergency Medical Services of her January 2007 misdemeanor conviction for theft by deception in connection with the insufficient-funds checks, according to Charles O'Neal, the board's executive director.

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