The suspect didn’t get far because dispatchers knew exactly where he was going.
Police were able to track the EMS rig as it fled.
The first ambulance took at least 12 minutes to arrive.
The city of Detroit is demanding we pay up to $42,000 to access just three months of EMS records.
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.
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.
His leg was jutting in the wrong direction, and his neck and back may have been broken.
As the 46-year-old man awoke from his slumber, he was about to be crushed by the garbage truck’s compactor.
Dwight Love suffered from a pulmonary condition that he contracted while behind bars.