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PICTURED: Hero EMT, 61, stabbed to death while giving aid to patient


A ‘hero’ Emergency Medical Service Lieutenant (EMS) and World Trade Center first responder has died after being stabbed to death while rendering aid to a patient in Queens. 

The New York City Fire Department have released a photo of Alison Russo-Elling, 61, calling the courageous frontline worker a 24-year veteran in the field. 

New York City Mayor Eric Adams gave his condolences to the city of New York, Russo-Elling’s family, friends and colleagues.

‘We lost one of our heroes she provided a service for this city for over 24 years,’ he said.

‘Her assailant has been apprehended and will be held accountable for his actions.’

Emergency Medical Service Lieutenant and World Trade Center first responder, Alison Russo-Elling (pictured), 61, has died after being stabbed while rendering aid to a patient in Queens

Emergency Medical Service Lieutenant and World Trade Center first responder, Alison Russo-Elling (pictured), 61, has died after being stabbed while rendering aid to a patient in Queens

Russo-Elling's picture was released by colleagues on Thursday evening by the New York City Fire Department detailing her long career as a front line worker

Russo-Elling’s picture was released by colleagues on Thursday evening by the New York City Fire Department detailing her long career as a front line worker

The EMS lieutenant, who was also known for her work as a World Trade Center first responder, was then rushed to Mount Sinai Queens, where she was pronounced dead at 3.06pm

Mayor of New York City Eric Adams called Russo-Elling a hero and promised her assailant would be held accountable



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