Fired Fla. dispatcher to get job back, plus pay

Arbitrator determined it was too harsh to fire her for failing to send help to a crash victim who was later found dead


By John Davis
Sarasota Herald Tribune

NORTH PORT — The police dispatcher fired for failing to send help to a crash victim who was found dead hours later is getting her job back, along with a year's back pay.

Nadia Kashitskaya will receive a letter of reprimand as discipline, after an outside arbitrator found the North Port Police Department's firing was too harsh.

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