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A D.C. firefighter has been paid for not showing up at work for more than two years, WTOP has learned. The reason for the payments can be traced back to a corruption investigation that began back in 2008.
Sources say D.C. Fire Chief Dennis Rubin intends to stay until the end of his contract.
Three days after D.C. Fire Chief Dennis Rubin said a firefighter photographed naked while cooking eggs in a firehouse had been placed on enforced leave, his spokesman tells WTOP the firefighter has actually never been taken out of active service.
With ninety days left in his contract, Rubin candidly acknowledges to WTOP he will likely be clearing out his office soon.
A firefighter photographed cooking eggs naked after a retirement party in a D.C. firehouse has been placed on enforced leave.
"If a person in our city has an ambulance arrive and they want to go to the hospital, that will be the case," D.C. Fire and EMS Chief Dennis Rubin tells WTOP.
D.C. Fire and EMS Chief Dennis Rubin says changes will be made to his department following the death of a 2-year-old girl.