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James "Woody" Woodman, 55 - West Haven, Connecticut
3/29/2019
James "Woody" Woodman Firefighter/Paramedic West Haven Fire Department West Haven, Connecticut Age: 55 Gender: Male Status: Career Years of Service: 2 days Date of Incident: October 5, 1999 Date of Death: March 29, 2019 Firefighter/Paramedic James “Woody” Woodman was a member of Recruit Class #15 at the Connecticut State Fire Academy. Only two days after being out of the academy, on October 5, 1999, Woodman was part of an ambulance crew transporting a child who had been struck by a vehicle to the Yale-New Haven Hospital. As they neared the hospital, the ambulance was broadsided by a bus and rolled over multiple times. Woodman sustained a traumatic brain injury that resulted in his living in a long-term care facility until his death on March 29, 2019. The child who was being transported and other crew members of the ambulance were seriously injured but have all made complete recoveries.
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