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Pair Charged as Fake EMTs in New Hampshire

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.

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