Bike Paramedic Hit by Car at DNC


 
 

Karen Auge | | Thursday, August 28, 2008


DENVER -- A Denver Health bike paramedic answering a call was hit by a car and seriously injured Wednesday night.

Brian Schimpf, 28, was in a bike lane at 18th and Market streets in Lower Downtown when he was hit. He was headed to a distress call at 18th and Blake streets.

Schimpf's paramedic partner cared for him until an ambulance arrived and took him to Denver Health Medical Center.

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