The family of Cecil Mills spoke out Thursday morning and demanded answers from the D.C. Fire Department. Mills died last month after having a heart attack in a parking lot across the street from Engine 26 on Rhode Island Avenue.
Questions are mounting for D.C. Fire Chief Kenneth Ellerbe. The probe centers on the question as to why firefighters at Engine 26 didn't jump into action when a man was having a heart attack across the street from their firehouse.
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