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February 19, 2013

Video: Hundreds gather to mourn medic killed in crash

EMT Tim McCormick was killed after a car ran a red light and crashed into his ambulance; his partner was also killed

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INDIANAPOLIS —  Family, friends, coworkers and scores of emergency responders attended the funeral service for EMS Private Timothy McCormick on Tuesday.

The 24-year-old died early Saturday morning after the ambulance he was driving was hit by a car near the intersection of Senate Avenue and St. Clair.  His coworker, Specialist Cody Medley, also died as a result of the crash.

McCormick’s funeral began with a procession from Crown Hill Cemetery where a visitation had been held Monday afternoon. Dozens of EMS, fire, and police vehicles took part in the procession which ended at the steps of Saints Peters and Paul Cathedral. 

Full story: Service remembers medic Tim McCormick

 

Service remembers medic Tim McCormick

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Margie Fabrizio Margie Fabrizio Tuesday, February 19, 2013 2:24:50 PM RIP. I am a Firefighter/EMT and looking at the men carrying the casket? Umm, last time I checked you had to be pretty fit!
Challis Carter Challis Carter Tuesday, February 19, 2013 4:39:25 PM After watching news coverage of the funeral for a fellow Medic, the only thing you felt significant enough to mention was the physique of his pall bearers? You should probably just focus on your own character, because it is clearly out of shape.
Corey J Sagstuen Corey J Sagstuen Tuesday, February 19, 2013 11:05:46 PM go easy Brother...go easy.
Amber R. McIntosh Amber R. McIntosh Wednesday, February 20, 2013 11:53:17 AM Challis Carter , i completely agree! that comment was absolutely uncalled for. clearly, this person is not in ems and if they are, deffinately should not be!!
Amber R. McIntosh Amber R. McIntosh Wednesday, February 20, 2013 11:53:48 AM such a horrible tragedy. thoughts and prayers from all the ems workers up here in new york.

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