Lt. Kellene Davis was recently allowed to retire, shortly before the department was due to decide on whether she should face disciplinary action for allegedly refusing to help Mills.
In an broadcast exclusive interview, Lt. Kellene Davis, who was in charge of a fire station when a man went into cardiac arrest across the street in January, has been criticized for not offering to help.
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