AMR Prepares for a Rough Kansas Winter


 
 

SYED SHABBIR | | Thursday, December 10, 2009


Topeka Paramedics at American Medical Response face sub zero temperatures and the worst road conditions.

AMR field supervisor Steve Guyle says several precautions are taken when severe winter weather hits Topeka.

Ambulance drivers typical go about 10 mph over the speed limit, but during winter weather, drivers go 10 miles under the speed limit

Read More, AMR paramedics fight bone chilling temperatures


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