South Carolina EMT Charged in Crash that Killed Coworker
Brown charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle
MONROE, NC (WBTV) - An emergency medical technician has been charged after a deadly ambulance wreck on Tuesday that killed his co-worker. According to Monroe Police, Jonathan Cory Brown, of Cheraw S.C., was issued a criminal summons for Misdemeanor Death by Motor Vehicle on Thursday. The wreck killed his co-worker, 43-year-old Belinda Gale Rivers.
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