FDNY EMT Worker Accused Of Ignoring Dying Woman Killed In SoHo

An EMT worker who made headlines last year for allegedly refusing to help a dying, pregnant woman was killed Sunday morning in a shooting in Manhattan.
Police say Jason Green, 32, was shot in the face around 2 a.m. at the corner of Vandam and Hudson Streets in SoHo.

He was pronounced dead at New York Downtown Hospital.

Investigators say he was leaving the Greenhouse club at the time.
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Representatives for the Varick Street establishment said those involved in the shooting were not customers.

The New York City Fire Department confirms Green was one of two EMT workers who were suspended in connection with the December death of a woman who worked at a Downtown Brooklyn Au Bon Pain.

Officials say Green and Melissa Jackson were off duty when Eutisha Rennix collapsed, and instead of helping, told onlookers to call 911.

Rennix and her unborn child died shortly thereafter at a hospital.

It’s unclear what the circumstances were surrounding the shooting.

No arrests have been made.

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The shooting happened shortly before 1:30 a.m. at Second Avenue and 122nd Street.

Police say the teenager was shot in the leg and is in critical condition.

A 19-year-old man who was shot in the back is also recovering.Both were treated on by NYC paramedics