Ohio Paramedics Amputate Bus Driver's Leg


 
 

| Tuesday, September 22, 2009


JEMS.com: It has been reported to Ohio's 10TV.com that the amputation was a result of the accident and not that of EMS personnel on the scene. While 10TV.com still has the original story posted, minus a correction, we correct ours and offer our readers apologies for any unintentional misleading.

NELSONVILLE, Ohio Paramedics had to amputate a bus driver's leg at the scene of a crash in Athens County on Monday.

The chartered bus carrying Hocking College students crashed into a dump truck on U.S. Route 33, 10TV News reported.

The bus was returning from a trip to Columbus.

The bus driver, who was identified as George Stout, was in critical condition at Grant Medical Center in Columbus, 10TV News reported.

Read the Southeast Ohio EMS District press release regarding the incident.

Read More, Paramedics Amputate Bus Driver's Leg At Scene of Crash


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