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Massachusetts Medics Blame Firefighter for Reckless Driving

BOURNE — Two paramedics have filed a complaint against a fellow firefighter alleging that he drove recklessly through an accident site and put them in danger.

Bourne paramedics Richard Doherty and Brandon Ferro last week filed a formal complaint with the fire department against on-call part-time firefighter Capt. Robert Ronayne alleging that Ronayne drove recklessly through the site of a car accident where Ferro and Doherty were tending to four people involved in the crash, nearly hitting Doherty.

Read More,  Bourne paramedics claim firefighter reckless at accident scene

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