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Paramedic fired after posting pictures online


By Paducah Sun
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CLINTON-HICKMAN COUNTY, Ky. — The Clinton-Hickman County Ambulance Service fired John Snow one day after he was beaten up for allegedly posting pictures online of a local teenager's fatal car crash. More than 100 people cheered when the agency's board announced the paramedic's termination Tuesday night.

The board heard emotional and tearful public comments for about 30 minutes before going into closed session for 90 minutes. The board members and ambulance executive director Paula Boaz came out to the parking lot to make the announcement.

"John Snow is no longer an employee of the Clinton-Hickman County Ambulance Service effective immediately," Boaz said. Chairman Bill Little said Boaz's decision was supported by the board.

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