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Baltimore EMT Recruits Accused of Cheating

Chief is closing down the training center until the investigation is complete

Tuesday, July 19, 2011


BALTIMORE (ABC2) - Emergencies happen everyday on the streets, but now the city's fire chief has his own. Twenty men and women who want to ride in an ambulance and give pre-hospital medical care are accused of cheating. Chief James Clack received a letter from the state agency that certifies EMTs.

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