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CT First Responders Offer to Help Struggling Residents During Pandemic

The photo shows an Oxford EMS ambulance.
Photo/ Oxford Ambulance Association

Tara O’Neill

Connecticut Post, Bridgeport, Conn.


OXFORD — First responders in town reminded residents in a social media post that they’re around to help those still struggling through the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a post on Facebook on Monday, the Oxford Ambulance Association said anyone not working or getting a paycheck should not let themselves or their children go to bed on an empty stomach.

“Don’t be afraid or embarrassed to send a private message,” the post said. “We are more than happy to help.”

The ambulance association said it would drop off food and leave to those who need help, adding that “no one has to know. We will pretend it never happened.”

Click here to send a message through the ambulance association’s Facebook page.


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