NY dad says cop fatally stalled daughter's ride to hospital
The department has not yet determined whether it was an NYPD officer or some other uniformed individual
By Michael Blaustein and Jamie Schram
The New York Post
NEW YORK — A sobbing father said it was definitely an NYPD cop who fatally delayed his 11-year-old asthmatic daughter's desperate dash to a hospital - but police cast doubt on the grieving family's claims.
Michael Ojeda said yesterday his daughter, Briana, died after a uniformed officer in a police cruiser tried to box in a car driven by his wife, Carmen, as she tried to rush to Long Island College Hospital.
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