Paramedics, EMTs and dispatchers in Cleveland (OH) will receive nearly $4 million in back pay and mental health language that addresses post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in their contract.
A total of 18 people, including male and female victims, were shot and treated at various hospitals.
Recordings show Cleveland EMS asked a sick patient to walk to the emergency room after the patient thought he might have the new coronavirus, according to a report.
The Ohio House has passed a bill that protects emergency medical workers, police officers and firefighters suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
The union for the city's EMS workers has voiced no confidence in EMS Commissioner Nicole Carlton.