After allegedly responding to an Au Bon Pain employee's pleas to help a dying coworker with, "We're on our break, so there's nothing we can do," an EMT placed a call to her dispatcher to report a woman with "difficulty breathing." But according to a source who's heard a recording of the call, EMT Melisa Jackson was more concerned with covering her ass than getting help for pregnant 25-year-old Eutisha Revee Rennix. "Don't put my name in it!" Jackson allegedly told the dispatcher.

A source tells the Post Jackson was "blasé" and "laid back" during the call, which was placed eight minutes after she was first approached for help, while waiting for her bagels.

Rennix's mother is now requesting that her daughter's body be exhumed so the medical examiner can determine the cause of death. If the ME determines that Rennix might have been saved if Jackson and her partner/boyfriend, Jason Green, had immediately aided her, prosecutors will try to charge both with reckless manslaughter, punishable by up to 15 years in prison. They've both been suspended from their jobs pending the outcome of the investigation.