A Boston EMS Ambulance reserve unit is buried under 95 inches of snow that accumulated in the vehicle storage facility parking lot in Boston over the past few days.  

Despite all the snow and ice on the roads, Boston’s medium duty ambulances and superb efforts by the EMS and road clearance crews have enabled Boston EMS to answer all their calls without major delays.

JEMS gives a big Thumbs Up to Boston’s Brendan Kearney, Superintendent in Chief, EMS Chief James Hooley, Boston EMS Special Operations Division Captain Robert Haley and all the Boston EMS crews for not only outstanding work answering calls in this unprecedented accumulation of snow, but also for Boston EMS’ efforts to advise the public not to overexert themselves shoveling the snow or clear clogged snow blowers with their hands. 

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