Procession held after death of veteran Ind. EMT
Phoenix Paramedic Solutions EMT Robert Craig, 58, served for more than 30 years
By Laura French
CASS COUNTY, Ind. — A procession was held Wednesday to honor a veteran Indiana paramedic who died last week at age 58.
Phoenix Paramedic Solutions EMT Robert "Rob" Craig served for more than 30 years as an EMT in the community before his death on March 25, according to the Pharos-Tribune.
Phoenix Paramedic Solutions called Craig's death an "active duty death." Further details about his death were not reported.
Craig is survived by his mother, daughter, sister and stepson, according to his obituary.
The procession Wednesday included vehicles from Phoenix Paramedic Solutions, the Logansport Fire Department, Cass County Sheriff's Department and Logansport Police Department, among others.
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