Missing FDNY paramedic found safe
Jesan Avila-Hyde, 39, had not been seen since Friday afternoon and returned to his home Sunday night safe
By EMS1 Staff
NEW YORK — An FDNY paramedic is now safely back home after having gone missing over the weekend.
According to CBS New York, Jesan Avila-Hyde, 39, disappeared from his home in Queens on Friday.
On Sunday, FDNY officials put out a twitter statement asking for any information regarding the disappearance of Avila-Hyde.
FDNY Paramedic JESAN MICHAEL AVILA HYDE has been missing since 7/5/19 at approx. 2 pm. If you have any info please notify @NYPD109Pct or call FDNY at 718-999-7900. Read more: https://t.co/WwNnxfxEcB pic.twitter.com/tfSZyXCuaP— FDNY (@FDNY) July 8, 2019
In an update, officials stated he has been found safe.
UPDATE: Paramedic Hyde has been found safe. https://t.co/8PFWXknTNs— FDNY (@FDNY) July 8, 2019