In a shocking turn of events, it is revealed that 25 years veteran of EMS Lt Alison Russo-Elling was stabbed to death. She was a uniformed paramedic officer from Huntington. She was attacked on Thursday, September 29, 2022. Alison was 61 years old at the time of her death. The city officials referred to the incident as Barbaric and unprovoked.
Alison Russo-Elling Cause of death:
Alison is said to succumb to severe and multiple injuries from the attack. A male suspect attacked her when she was having her lunch at 2 pm. She passed away a while later at Mount Sinai Hospital in Queens.
The suspect was taken into custody shortly after the incident. However, police officials have not recovered any reason or motive behind the attack from the suspect.
Her adult daughter survives her. She also had several grandchildren. Alison was going to retire in less than one year. Many of her friends left their notes and flowers in front of her house. Unfortunately, the media was unsuccessful in contacting her family members.
Who was Alison Russo-Elling?
Alison is best known for her work during the World Trade Center attack. She was the first responder during the World Trade Center. She joined the FDNY as an Emergency Medical Officer in March 1998. She was then promoted to paramedic in 2002. She became lieutenant in 2016.
Lt. Alison Russo-Elling was retiring in 6 months.
She served us on September 11th.
Yesterday, she was brutally stabbed over 20 times by a madman who walked up to her while she was on duty.
New Yorkers have had enough of the violence on our streets. pic.twitter.com/GUFAMiZfAB
— Michael Henry (@michaelhenry4ag) September 30, 2022
On September 11, 2001, Alison responded to the World Trade Center Attack. She led the rescue and recovery of victims during that period.
Alison Russo-Elling Obituary:
There is no official statement from the family regarding funeral arrangements. There is no confirmation on details about the memorial service. The family is soon expected to share all the details regarding funeral arrangements with the media.