Pair Charged as Fake EMTs in New Hampshire

They're accused of impersonating EMTs at emergency scenes & making false claims about their certifications


 
 

Danielle Rivard, Sentinel Source | | Tuesday, January 8, 2013


NELSON, N.H. — Two people accused of impersonating EMTs at emergency scenes and making false claims about their certifications to the town of Nelson are headed to trial this spring.

Susan Andrews, 38, and Joseph Andrews, 32, of Nelson, are each charged with a count each of unsworn falsification and prohibited acts.

Read More: Prosecutors said they don't know if the Andrewses have ever been certified EMTs.




Connect: Have a thought or feedback about this? Add your comment now
Related Topics: News, impersonating an emergency responder, fake EMT

What's Your Take? Comment Now ...

Featured Careers & Jobs in EMS

 

 

Get JEMS in Your Inbox

 

Fire EMS Blogs


Blogger Browser

Today's Featured Posts

 

EMS Airway Clinic

Innovation & Progress

Follow in the footsteps of these inspirational leaders of EMS.
More >

Multimedia Thumb

Tennessee County EMS Shows Off CPR Tool

Lucas 2 in service in Bradley County.
Watch It >


Multimedia Thumb

Abilene Loses Helicopter Service

Native Air leaves city with only one air helicopter service.
Watch It >


Multimedia Thumb

D.C. Fire Chief Proposes another Controversial Ambulance Plan

Staffing change will leave immediate neighborhood without fire apparatus.
Watch It >


Multimedia Thumb

FDIC 2014 CHAT: MIKE MCEVOY AND A.J. HEIGHTMAN

Mike McEvoy and A.J. Heightman discuss some new EMS technology at FDIC 2014.
Watch It >


Multimedia Thumb

LMA MAD Nasal™

Needle-free intranasal drug delivery.
Watch It >


Multimedia Thumb

VividTrac offered by Vivid Medical - EMS Today 2013

VividTrac, affordable high performance video intubation device.
Watch It >


Multimedia Thumb

Braun Ambulances' EZ Door Forward

Helps to create a safer ambulance module.
Watch It >


More Product Videos >