Posted September 12, 2018 07:16:37 The dispatcher of a Lynch Ambulance ambulance said the ambulance had to make a stop at a hospital to help a man who had fallen down.
The dispatcher, who asked to remain anonymous, said the man was in an area where he was “trying to figure out how to get back up.”
The dispatcher said the dispatcher was on the way to the hospital and that the ambulance was able to get there and take the man to the ambulance.
The man, who had been at the hospital for about two hours, was taken to a hospital, where he passed away, the dispatcher said.
“He was a very good young man.
He was just in the middle of a lot of emotions,” the dispatcher, a male who is black, told Bleacher.
“We just wanted to be there for him, so that we could help him out.”
The man was pronounced dead at the scene, the dispatch said.
Lynch’s chief, Lt.
Bill Linn, said in a statement that he was saddened by the death of the man.
“While our thoughts are with his family, we understand the difficulties the medical team faced in caring for this individual and are heartbroken by this tragedy,” Linn said.
The company also tweeted a video of the ambulance taking the man off the road, but did not provide any further details.
Lynx’s chief said the company had reached out to the man’s family to offer their support.
“It is with great sadness and deep regret that we have to report the passing of one of our own today.
Lync has reached out with their deepest condolences to the family, friends and the community,” the company said.