Columbus, OH Firefighter/Paramedic LODD

From the Columbus Dispatch:

A 34-year veteran of the Columbus Division of Fire died Monday afternoon at the division’s training complex of an apparent heart attack.

John Moore, 56, played a key role in the growth of the division’s emergency-medical services since joining in 1975, Battalion Chief David Whiting said.

He was one of three paramedic instructors who worked at the complex on S. Parsons Avenue in 24-hour shifts, Whiting said.

Because they work around the clock, the instructors have a personal space while on duty that includes a bedroom, bathroom and living area.

A colleague who had seen Moore’s car parked on the lot but hadn’t seen him in a while went looking for him in that area. He found Moore dead about 4 p.m.

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About Joel

I am a paramedic, firefighter and I work for an organ procurement organization. All stories related to work have been altered to HIPPA standards and for the protection of those involved. The personal stories are different. Photography, flying, aviation, hiking, camping, travel, geocaching, amateur radio are a few of my hobbies.
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