Georgia EMT Passes Away Due to Earlier Heart Attack


 
 

BILLY GOLDFEDER | | Wednesday, March 17, 2010


It is with deep regret that we advise you that an Upson County (Georgia) EMT has died in the Line of Duty. EMT. EMT Tim Cochran had a heart attack on March 3, 2010 while he was in his EMS unit, and he was found slumped over the wheel in full cardiac arrest. Unfortunately he died on March 16, 2010, at approx. 1500 hours at the age of 57.

Funeral Arrangements - Visitation (today) Wednesday March 17, 2010, 1700 to 1900 Coggins Funeral Home - 321 Hannahs Mill Rd. - Thomaston, GA 30288-2808 - Ph 760-647-9881/ Funeral Thursday March 18, 2010 East Thomaston Baptist Church 11 AM / 206 Park Lane - Thomaston GA. 30288-3727

As always, our most sincere condolences.




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