Report Finds D.C. Ambulances Could Have Responded to Injured Officer
Two ambulances could have responded and a third went out of service by mistake.
WASHINGTON (WTTG) - FOX 5 has obtained the initial findings of an investigation into the March 5th ambulance response for an injured D.C. police officer. Sean Hickman waited at least 20 minutes for an ambulance that eventually came from Prince George's County. The Sixth District officer was on a scooter when police say he was intentionally run over by a man in car.
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