Fire Fighters Respond to Medical Call Near Dunn-Edwards

Fire fighters work on the homeless man who experienced chest pains behind Dunn-Edwards Thursday, Nov. 20.

In case some of you were wondering, Los Angeles County Fire fighters and Glendora Police responded to a medical call near Dunn Edwards-Paints Thursday afternoon.

Fire fighters were dispatched to treat a homeless man behind Dunn-Edwards, 630 South Grand Avenue, at 12:55 p.m. The homeless man, who appeared to be in his 40s, entered the store and reportedly told employees to call 911 after experiencing chest pains.

Fire fighters treated the man at the scene.

At least one other homeless man had been living in that same area in a dumpster enclosure behind Dunn-Edwards and was removed about two weeks ago, according to area merchants. Some issues the merchants were experiencing was the homeless man constantly asking to use phones, restrooms and being a disruption to some customers.

Los Angeles County Fire Department representatives could not provide further information.


Photos and information from Zak Bushey

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