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Atlanta Cadet Fainted, May Have Been Denied Water

August 10, 2012  | 

Officials are checking into an allegation that an Atlanta Police cadet who passed out during training was denied water.

The recruit collapsed during a training session in 96 degree heat on a July afternoon.

Sources tell FOX 5 that the recruit requested water but was told he had to continue the drill. A short time later, he fainted.

Read the full MyFoxAtlanta story.

Tags: Training Academies, Atlanta PD, Medical Aid


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Ima Leprechaun @ 12/11/2012 3:50 PM

Another example of sadistic training officers. This is just plainly a bad training practice. The cadet needs to sue them because that is the only way this will change. Atlanta is very lucky the cadet did not die.

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