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Suspect in killing of EMT mom of 5 run over by stolen ambulance told cops he was a 'hero': report

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The suspect on trial for the killing of 44-year-old FDNY EMT and mother of five Yadira Arroyo, who was run over by her own stolen ambulance nearly six years ago, reportedly told cops that he was a "hero." Police say 25-year-ol Jose Gonzalez was high on PCP on March 16, 2017, when he jumped onto the back bumper of an ambulance riding along White Plains Road in the Soundview neighborhood of the Bronx. Alerted by a passing driver, the two EMTs – on their way to a call to help a pregnant woman – got out to investigate, and that’s when Gonzalez is accused of hopping behind the wheel. In a recorded interview with police after the bloodshed, Gonzalez reportedly rambled and insisted he had a broken hand and was seeking medical help, remarking at one point that he was a "hero."


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