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Seattle boy, 13, watches dad die of a
heart attack while waiting 20 MINUTES
for help to arrive after firefighters
refused to enter apartment without police
in city short of cops because of woke
mayor's vaccine mandate and defund police movement

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Posted By: Ribicon, 11/14/2021 7:35:07 PM

A 13-year-old Seattle boy watched his father who was suffering from cardiac arrest die while waiting more than 20 minutes for help to arrive—in a tragedy that critics say was caused by a shortage of cops and medical personnel staff resulting from the woke mayor's vaccine mandates and defund the police movement. The unidentified boy called 911 earlier this month when his 45-year-old father began struggling to breath in the city’s Crown Hill neighborhood. Firefighters arrived at the scene within 15 minutes, but an outdated note on file mistakenly indicated that the apartment occupant was aggressive, slowing their response as they waited on a police escort.


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Reply 1 - Posted by: ChattyCatsSusan 11/14/2021 7:39:35 PM (No. 977656)
I am so sorry this kid had to go through this trauma. Those first responders need to face some justice on behalf of the kid. Maybe a nice lawsuit against a city screw up?
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Toby Ten Bears 11/14/2021 8:04:08 PM (No. 977677)
These first responders are cowards.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: jalo1951 11/14/2021 8:05:01 PM (No. 977678)
Brought to you by the "woke". Fundamentally transforming America. Time to REBEL!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: TJ54 11/14/2021 8:32:45 PM (No. 977706)
Time to string up mayors like pour encourager les autres
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Reply 5 - Posted by: anniebc 11/14/2021 8:53:06 PM (No. 977717)
This is what you get with marxist policies. The modern day marxists don't have to outright slaughter millions of people; they can do it now piecemeal en masse and accomplish the same goal.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Rokkitt 11/14/2021 9:40:26 PM (No. 977749)
This is awful. Poor kid. Talk about gross negligence. I smell a lawsuit coming and a really big one. This kid will never recover from this. Thank God I live in Florida.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: MOAB 11/14/2021 9:43:09 PM (No. 977752)
They have chosen the side of traitors so they will be treated as traitors.......they will pay the price.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: GoodDeal 11/14/2021 9:49:01 PM (No. 977756)
45 year old man dying from a heart attack?! Another vaccident? How long ago did he get the jab? Since he is in Seattle in sure he has had the double jab and a booster. Sorry kid.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Venturer 11/14/2021 10:23:35 PM (No. 977778)
So many people here are willing to let first responders die if they enter a domicile where some lunatic is waiting to kill them. If these people want firefighters and Ambulance people to enter into a dangerous environment , then arm them. IMO they should be armed anyway. \ This who call these first responders cowards have no idea of protocols that are meant to save the lives of first responders. a dead or injured first responder is no good to anyone.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: texaspast 11/15/2021 12:23:35 AM (No. 977831)
#9- Yeah, that child that called was gonna kill them. Some people get so married to 'process' they forget the whole point. I have no problem calling them either a) inept bureaucratic drones; b ) cowardly drones; or c) hero wannabes who sit around most of the day doing nothing waiting for a call to go out and do nothing. Gee, does my bitterness show through a little here? 'Just following procedure/orders', right? A kid on the phone saying my father is dying vs. paperwork that says wait on police. Choose the paperwork every time. A lot safer. For you, anyway. The dead guy apparently didn't follow proper procedure in reporting his impending heart attack and alerting the god-ish powers-that-be that he was now the new occupant of the address formerly occupied by an icky scary person lived.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: NotaBene 11/15/2021 12:57:15 AM (No. 977840)
They should have in sent the Social Workers to protect the firemen.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: 5 handicap 11/15/2021 7:05:10 AM (No. 977949)
WT eF... Seattle, What else can you expect! imbecilic rioting Asshats have consequences ... just like elections. Reap what you sow!
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Reply 13 - Posted by: billa57 11/15/2021 9:49:32 AM (No. 978107)
Seattle, city of death and misery. Way to go Dems!
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