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Examiner Local Editorial: Trained paramedics needed around the clock

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In January 2006, the entire nation was shocked when New York Times reporter David Rosenbaum died after what the D.C. inspector general later called "an unacceptable chain of failure" by the city's Emergency Medical System. Despite obvious trauma inflicted during a street robbery near his Northwest home, the emergency medical technicians who arrived first on the scene with a fire engine...

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