By CBS3 Staff

YEADON, Pa. (CBS) — First responders saluted a Delaware County paramedic who died of COVID-19. Kevin Bundy passed away on Sunday. He was just 33 years old.

“Paramedic Bundy was a dedicated and respected member of Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital, especially during his recent service to the community serving during the COVID-19 pandemic. Council extends condolences to his loved ones, his colleagues at Mercy Fitzgerald and members of the EMS community,” Delaware County Council Public Relations Director Adrienne Marofsky said in a statement.

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He was a member of Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital, where first responders participated in a moving parking lot salute. Police cars, fire engines and ambulances lined up to salute Bundy.

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Bundy served at Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital since 2016.