Titus Tero Death Hoax – Titus Tero who worked for the City of New Orleans EMS as a Nationally Registered Paramedic was falsely reported as dead on Tuesday, the 7th of June 2022. When well-known people are the target of internet hoax reports, it does not take long for the reports to spread across the internet. According to the findings of the investigation conducted by the New Orleans EMS, a great number of people were perplexed when the news of his passing was shared with the public.
On his Facebook timeline, the purportedly deceased Titus Tero wrote the following: “We at the NOEMS family are dealing with sad hearts with the loss of our brother Jay Winston. I been knowing and working with the cat for over 15 years and he will be greatly missed. But this news article is inaccurate. I am alive and blessed with my family.”
Who is Titus Tero?
Titus Tero worked for the City of New Orleans EMS as a Nationally Registered Paramedic. He has been with NOEMS since 2008, first as an EMT-B Field Training Officer for two years before being promoted to Paramedic in November 2015. Titus was a member of the NOEMS bike team and has received certification to operate the NOEMS ASAP specialty vehicles.
He is also certified in PEPP, PHTLS, ACLS, CPR, and PALS. Titus appeared in the A&E documentary series “Nightwatch” as well as the A&E digital series “First Responders.” Titus, a University of New Orleans graduate, spends the majority of his time with his family. He is a native of New Orleans, married to Dawn Nixon Tero, and the proud father of Tanner Owen Tero.
NOEMS of NIGHTWATCH is represented by Tero and Flynn, who reply to a restricted number of cells obtained in New Orleans on any given day. Tero and Flynn are two of the precept “cast” members of a real-life movement assortment set all through the hectic and ceaselessly deadly 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. shift when several of probably the most dangerous, important, and bizarre calls are obtained.