EMS Providers Give Mutual Aid During Ice Storm


 
 

By Cathy Spaulding | | Tuesday, February 2, 2010


Crews from Muskogee Emergency Medical Service are in the ice-packed cities of Altus and Lawton, offering relief and medical care for tired emergency personnel.

The crews left shortly before noon Monday to make the drive to the southwest corner of the state. Laurel Havens, the strike team leader, said the crews included five paramedics and an intermediate emergency medical technician in two ambulances. Havens said one ambulance went to a shelter in Altus, the other to a Lawton shelter.

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