Police were able to track the EMS rig as it fled.
Our request for three months of records, the city maintained, would disable emergency communications and take more than a year to fulfill.
Detroit medics are taking too long to respond to emergencies, and people are dying.
The victim was lifeless when firefighters removed him from a collapsed garage.
Bed buds were reported on DDOT buses a few weeks ago. In Warren, a library was closed after an infestation. And now the blood-sucking insects were found on a Detroit ambulance.
After waiting 17 minutes for an ambulance that never showed up, firefighters placed the seizing boy in a fire truck and rushed to Children’s Hospital.
What’s worse, EMS continued to give the wrong ETA as firefighters tried to resuscitate the victim.
The triple shooting doesn’t stop doctors from saving a 9-month-old baby from her deceased mom.
The public will never learn about most failures to respond.