Dallas medic fired weeks after video surfaces of him kicking homeless man
In a statement released on Saturday evening, a spokesperson for the DFR said Brad Cox “was no longer a member of the department”
By Rachel Engel
DALLAS — Weeks after video surfaced of a first responder allegedly kicking a homeless man on duty, Dallas Fire-Rescue fired the paramedic involved.
In a statement released on Saturday evening, Jason Evans, a spokesperson for the DFR, said that Brad Cox “was no longer a member of the department,” the Dallas Morning News reported.
Cox had been on administrative leave since the video went viral in September.
Video shows Dallas paramedic kicking homeless man several times in the head
Dallas Fire-Rescue put paramedic Brad Cox on administrative leave after the video became public