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James "Dewon" Wells, Mount Sterling, KY
Name: James "Dewon" Wells Rank: Firefighter/Paramedic Age: 52 Gender: Male Status: Career Years of Service: 25 Date of Incident: 05/05/2017 Time of Incident: 1600hrs Date of Death: 05/06/2017 Fire Department: Montgomery County Fire/EMS Address: 805 Indian Mound Road, Mount Sterling, KY 40353 Fire Department Chief: Michael Mosbey Incident Description: Firefighter/Paramedic James "Dewon" Wells worked his shift on May 5, 2017, from 0800hrs to 1600hrs. During his shift, he complained to a fire department member that he was experiencing numbness in his mouth. Immediately before leaving the station at the end of his shift, he complained to his chief that he had a headache and did not feel well. The following day, May 6, 2017, at approximately 1400hrs, Firefighter/Paramedic Wells was still not feeling well and went to a medical clinic, but returned home since he started to feel slightly better. Soon thereafter, his wife came home and found him unresponsive on the couch and not breathing. He wife initiated CPR and Firefighter/Paramedic Wells was transported to St. Joseph Hospital in Mount Sterling, where he was pronounced deceased. Incident Location: Montgomery County Fire/EMS, 805 Indian Mound Road, Mount Sterling, KY
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