San Francisco Firefighter Disciplined for Helmet Cam

09/04/2013
The San Francisco fire battalion chief whose helmet-mounted camera captured the moment a 16-year-old Asiana Airlines crash survivor was struck and killed by an airport fire rig is facing a reprimand for allegedly violating department rules, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. Chief Joanne Hayes-White's disciplinary action against Battalion Chief Mark Johnson comes two weeks after images from the video became public, prompting questions about the actions of first responders before the July 6 death of Chinese schoolgirl Ye Meng Yuan at San Francisco International Airport. After several images were published by The Chronicle, the chief told commanders she believed Johnson's footage -- tak...

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