Indiana Paramedics Help with Storm Rescues in New Jersey


 
 

JEMS Staff | | Tuesday, October 30, 2012

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WARSAW, Ind. -- An Indiana EMS crew traveled to New Jersey to help evacuate hospitals and nursing homes.

Multi-Township EMS sent two paramedic-staffed ambulances to New Jersey early Sunday morning, according to WANE.com. The crew received their assignment Sunday night and has been working in Egg Harbor Township.

They are currently at a staging area waiting on a swift-water rescue team and will then be mobilizing to Atlantic City to do search and rescue.

Click here to read what the EMS team is saying about the storm and their rescue efforts.




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