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Changes Made in D.C. Fire and EMS Sick Leave Policies

New Year’s Eve death causes Fire and EMS Chief Kenneth Ellerbe to make significant changes

Thursday, January 17, 2013


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WASHINGTON (NBC Washington) - D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services will change sick leave policies following the death of a man who waited longer than a half hour for an ambulance on New Year's Eve, when dozens of firefighters called out sick.

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Changes Made in D.C. Sick Leave Policies after Death

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