Fire Department

The following is a list of all of the witnesses from the Sanford Fire Department who are associated with the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case, along with links to their individual pages (where you can listen to and view interviews and other witness information), and a brief description of the witness.

In addition to this list, you may also be interested in finding out information about 911 calls and witnesses,Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman, Law Enforcement, and others involved in the case.

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Fire Department Witnesses In The Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman Case:

Michael Brandy (Lead Paramedic)

He arrived on the scene after the police and is the person who pronounced Trayvon Martin DOA at the scene. He also treated George Zimmerman on the scene… More>>>

Stacey Livingston (Paramedic)

When they pulled in there were several officers there. They advidsed that there were two patients there. One was shot and had CPR performed. They determined via cardiac monitor that he was deceased. Police were doing CPR. She hesitates on who checked ABCs. She says she is not sure, she was on his left side… More>>>

Kevin O’Rourke (Paramedic)

He has been a firefighter/EMT for 10 years. They responded to that while heading back to the station from another call. They arrived on the scene about 5 mins after the call and there were police present. They were directed to the back of the building and told that is where the gunshot victim. They placed their 4 lead monitor on him and found he was asystole in all four… More>>>

Tyler Rochefort (Paramedic)

Arrived on the scene, grabbed the equipment. Multiple officers and bystanders present. Trayvon was laying on his back with officers doing CPR. He checked for a pulse, none. He never heard any statements from Martin. He was never conscious. He may have assisted with the monitor to check for a heart rhythmn. Michael Brandy was the primary paramedic. He says he is not sure if Brandy “ran a strip” on Trayvon with the heart monitor. He did not assist with aid to Zimmerman. He doesn’t remember clothes, and he thinks a sweatshirt and remembers a bullet hole in his chest somewhere… More>>>

Lt. Michael Turner (Supervisor)

Fire Lt. for Station 38 – He is the supervisor. He responded with the call to Retreat View Circle. They all got out of their units and pulled out their equipment. They were notified that there was one shooting victim and one minor injury victim in a police car. The EMS personnel approached the victim laying on his back. They checked for a pulse, connected him to the heart monitor, and their medic (the highest medical authority on the scene) pronounced him dead. As soon as they pronounced him, they knew there was a crime scene so they removed themselves. At that time they treated Zimmerman for lacerations on the back of his head. Then they went back in service. Trayvon Martin was never… More>>>