A union rep who tried to help a fellow EMT cited for hanging a noose in an ambulance was rewarded with a racist letter calling her the N-word and threatening her life.
Paramedic Keisha Brockington, 41, was stunned and sickened on Aug. 29 after finding the hate-filled missive in her locker at the FDNY EMS Station 22 on Staten Island.
“You stupid n----- better watch your back, talking all this crap,” reads the typewritten letter obtained by the Daily News.
“You better watch your back when you start your car up. Nothing better than a dead n-----. Trying to get innocent people fired for a funny prank.”