EMTs accused of not helping woman back at work

. Two EMT workers who are accused of refusing to help 25-year-old Eutisha Rennix when she collapsed are back to work Thursday after being suspended

BROOKLYN - . Two EMT workers who are accused of refusing to help 25-year-old Eutisha Rennix when she collapsed are back to work Thursday after being suspended for the incident.

Rennix, who was pregnant at the time, was working at a Brooklyn bakery when she collapsed and later died from an asthma attack.

Jason Green and Melisa Jackson were waiting in line at the bakery and refused to help the ailing woman, witnesses said.

Both deny the allegations and say they tried to help Rennix.

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