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The D.C. fire lieutenant who is accused of not coming to the aid of a [...]

Lieutenant Involved in Medric Mills Case Has Retirement Approved, Faces No Disciplinary Action

The lieutenant who is accused of ignoring a dying elderly man outside her fire station was approved for retirement, a city official confirmed.
That means Lt. Kellene Davis, 51, who has worked in the department for more than 25 years, will not face any disciplinary action for her role in the incident. Her pension and retirement [...]

Public Kicked Out of Hearing on Man Who Collapsed Outside Fire Station

On Tuesday, the office of Fire Chief Kenneth Ellerbe sent a press release alerting the media that the D.C. Fire and EMS trial board would hold a hearing Wednesday morning to determine whether the lieutenant involved in the Medric Mills case is guilty or innocent and, if necessary, mete out disciplinary action.
But minutes after the [...]

“We Want Someone to Take the Blame for This Tragedy”

The family of an elderly man who collapsed outside a fire station and later died after a firefighter refused to help him wants the District to change a law they say unfairly protects the city and its employees when they don't come to the aid of residents in need.
The personal injury law firm representing Medric [...]