Paramedics suspended without pay after alleged fight
OKLAHOMA CITY – Two paramedics have been suspended without pay after an incident pending police investigation.
Authorities are investigating an alleged fight where one EMSA worker is accused of pistol whipping the other.
The two employees named as suspects, Erik Kilmer and David Austin Wright, are paramedics who were not at work at the time of the incident.
Kilmer was recently hired in 2011 and Wright has been with EMSA since 2007.
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