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Detroit Paramedic Won't be Suspended in 'Blanket Scandal'

DETROIT -- A Detroit EMS paramedic disciplined by his department after a fire run last month will not be suspended, authorities said Tuesday.

On Sept. 18, Jeff Gaglio provided a blanket to a senior citizen whose home was ravaged by a blaze. Two weeks later, Gaglio was officially informed that he would be brought up on departmental charges.

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