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Mo. firefighter-paramedic dies after medical emergency

Maryland Heights Fire Department Firefighter-Paramedic Chris Moore was a 20-year veteran and leaves behind a son and daughter

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Chris Moore is a 20-year veteran in the department.

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Duty Death: Christopher Moore - [Maryland Heights,]

End of Service: 08/06/2019

By News Staff

MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. — A Maryland firefighter-paramedic passed away on Saturday morning after responding to fire incidents on Thursday and Friday.

The Maryland Heights Fire Department (MHFD) said that Firefighter-Paramedic Chris Moore suffered from a medical emergency on Thursday and his death will be considered a line-of-duty death, KMOV4 reports.

Moore is a 20-year veteran in the department. He leaves behind a son and daughter.

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