Paramedic who died of COVID-19 gets hero’s procession

Paramedic who died of COVID-19 gets hero’s procession

A Colorado paramedic was honored Sunday after losing his life to COVID-19. Paul Cary came to New York City to help in the fight against the virus. A massive procession, including hundreds of first responders, escorted Cary’s body to Newark Liberty Airport for his journey home. Cary was serving in the Bronx, and had signed up to stay a second tour, when he became ill about two weeks ago.

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Why in the world is a 66 year old still working as a paramedic? There are EMTs, nurses and even doctors being furloughed all over the country. Surely some of the furloughed medical workers are under 40 and could be trained in minimal time due to their experience

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