No charges expected in Princeton EMT’s flood death

    Criminal charges aren’t expected in the drowning death of Princeton EMT Michael Kenwood. Kenwood died Monday after being swept away on a rescue mission for what turned out to be an abandoned car.

    Princeton Patch reports authorities have talked to the driver whose vehicle had been abandoned during Hurricane Irene. Kenwood became separated from his crew as they tried to reach a flooded car. He was later pulled from the water and the car was found to be empty.

    The East Windsor resident leaves behind a wife and 3-year-old daughter.

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