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D.C. Fire and EMS Officer is Center of Investigation

Cardiac arrest patient dies across from firehouse

Thursday, January 30, 2014


WASHINGTON (WJLA) - Sources tell ABC7 that Lt. Kellene Davis is one of several D.C. Fire and EMS employees at the center of the investigation into Engine 26. Specifically, the investigation is questioning the agency’s response to a medical emergency on Saturday outside of the firehouse that left longtime city employee, Cecil Mills Jr., dead after a heart attack.

Tags: News, News Video, DCFD, DCFEMS, delayed response, delayed service

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