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Man accused of taking control of ambulance, locking out EMTs

Roshawn G. Trammel (Source: LMDC) Roshawn G. Trammel (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A Louisville man is accused of taking possession of an ambulance, locking EMTs assigned to the vehicle out of it.

The EMTs told officers they saw Roshawn G. Trammel, 18, take control of the ambulance just after 1:00 Sunday morning at 530 S. Jackson Street in Louisville. They stood in front of the vehicle until police arrived on the scene and arrested Trammel.

The arresting officer said Trammel may be a flight risk because he stated several times that he was trying to get to Canada.

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