Three first responders have been fired for their reactions to Tire Nichols after he was beaten by police.
The Memphis Fire Department said it fired two emergency medical technicians and an emergency vehicle driver after an investigation found they failed to provide adequate medical care.
Mr Nichols, 29, was taken to hospital in a critical condition where several police officers punched, kicked and used
Received the baton on Jan. 7 in Memphis, Tennessee.
He died of his injuries three days later.
In a statement, the fire service said Robert Long and Jamichael Sandridge failed to perform an “adequate patient assessment” of Mr Nichols.
It added that the couple, along with Lieutenant Michelle Whitaker, who drove the fire truck to the scene, were fired for violating department policy.
Five black police officers were fired over Mr Nichols’ death and charged with second-degree murder and other offences.
Body camera footage released by police Showing the moment Mr Nichols called out to his mother as he was beaten by police for three minutes.