- Jul 14, 2012
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There were emergency vehicles. Police got there first and I think right away they could tell all 4 were dead and told EMS not to go in, there was no need to render aid and they needed to secure the crime scene.Extremely sad for your loss, ST, and sincere condolences….
I also find it very odd that no paramedics were called ….and agree it is the correct procedure for both to attend .… even for a deceased person … the equivalent of a 911 operator usually arranges for all services to attend …
Does anyone know if it was just a case of Paramedics arriving on scene a little later than the initial first responders, Police??
(The Police may have been in the local area and therefore arrived first??, closely followed by paramedics .?? ) Would have to check the very early images to clarify ….
“Brian Nickerson, the fire chief of the Moscow Volunteer Fire and EMS Department, said police were the first to arrive at the home. The first responders from the fire and EMS department didn't go inside or transport anyone from the scene, Nickerson said.”
Police identify 4 University of Idaho students found dead inside a home near campus; homicide investigation underway
"An event of this magnitude can understandably have significant impacts on those left behind," the university's president wrote.