Two Illinois paramedics charged with murder after patient dies

First-degree murder charges have been filed against two Illinois paramedics. An autopsy says a man they treated died from “asphyxia due to prone facedown restraint” on the paramedics’ stretcher. The family of the victim sat down with CBS Chicago’s Charlie De Mar for their first TV interview.

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  1. FOR ANYONE TO BE TREATED LIKE THIS AFTER CALLING FOR HELP IS SO WRONG. THE FEMALE EMT HAD A MAJOR ATTITUDE, IF SHE DISLIKED ASSISTING PEOPLE TO THAT DEGREE SHE SHOULD NOT BE WORKING IN THAT CAPACITY.

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