Ohio EMT Struck by Car, Killed

She was directing traffic when she was struck


JEMS Staff | | Friday, October 28, 2011

SWANTON, Ohio -- A volunteer firefighter/EMT with the Richfield Center Fire Department was killed Friday when a car struck her.

According to FirefighterCloseCalls.com, 45-year-old Charolette Adair was on her way to work when she stopped to help motorists following a crash. She was struck as she exited her vehicle to direct traffic.

She was transported to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center where she died of her injuries.

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