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Daughter Claims D.C. Firefighters Ignored Calls for Help

Father suffers a heart attack across the street from a firehouse

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

WASHINGTON (WTTG) - A man collapses right across the street from a D.C. firehouse, but no one comes to help. It happened Saturday afternoon in Northeast D.C. when Medric "Cecil" Mills Jr., 77, suffered a massive heart attack in a shopping center parking lot. He later died.

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