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Michelle Childers and her husband, Daniel, were taking a recreational drive on a rural road Sept. 5 when a spruce tree crashed through the passenger side window of the vehicle.
EMTs Andrew Gabor and Claudia Rugel from Station 32 were called to help a man who fell in an apartment in Brooklyn, but they ended up saving the lives of five people, including an infant.
Four legislators from Beaufort County said they would support a change in state law that would open public access to local EMS data to help improve oversight of those departments.
Joseph R. Barlow, 57, Mountain City, died at Johnson City Medical Center.
He credited their training and quick response for preventing the accident from becoming "what could have been a huge disaster."
Towns have begun hooking those machines up to modems that can beam the reading right to the emergency room.
Kansas City s ambulance service, known as MAST, is now under the control of the city s Fire Department, a move that surprisingly came together in just a week.
The vehicle left the roadway jumping the curb and sped down a steep 40-foot embankment.
The task force was divided on whether the colors should be eliminated, but all agreed that if the administration chooses to keep the colors, there should be only three tiers.
Three Acushnet paramedics were penalized this month by the state Department of Public Health for mistakes made during a July emergency call, including the incorrect administration of a drug, according to a state report.