Memphis authorities have fired three emergency workers over their response to the beating and subsequent death of Tyre Nichols.
The Memphis Fire Department terminated two emergency medical technicians and an emergency vehicle driver after an investigation found they failed to provide adequate medical care to Nichols, who was beaten by police officers and later died from his injuries.
A police officer, Preston Hemphill, has also been disciplined for his involvement in the beating.
Five Memphis Police Department officers involved in the brutal beating and arrest of Tyre Nichols have been fired and charged with second-degree murder and other offenses.
A video of the incident released last week showed the officers using a stun gun, a baton, and their fists to pummel Nichols.
The family and supporters of Tyre Nichols, who died three days after the incident, were awaiting further disciplinary action against other officers present during the beating.
The incident has sparked national outrage and revived calls for police reform.