A 8-Month-Old Infant Is Passed Away As EMT Refused To Do Her Job
A woman called Ann Marie Thomas faces a sentence that is up to a year in jail if convicted of her fault charge of willfully deserting her duties as an EMT.
She received an emergency call, in Detroit, to save a poor baby that had stopped breathing. The dispatcher told her that there was a poor baby that was struggling to breathe, but it was seemed that she did not concern to save the life.
When she arrived, she parked her emergency car around the corner from the home instead of running to help save the 8-month-old baby’s life, and then she waited about 6 mins before telling the dispatchers that she did not want to help the infant.
The dispatcher repeatedly tried to convince her to help, but she did not respond.
So, the dispatcher called another ambulance vehicle to move the infant to the hospital. Sadly, the next morning, he passed away.
In connection with the infant’s death, her mom is also being charged with 3 counts of first degree of felony murder and child abuse.