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JEMS Games 2013

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<p>Cumberland County EMS/Duplin County (N.C.) JEMS Games team members Lee Westbrook, left, and Larry Smith, right, treat a pediatric seizure patient during the Friday night 2013 JEMS Games finals mock scene<span>. The team finished second. (Photo Glen E. Ellman)</span></p>

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<p>Fire Department New York JEMS Games team member Joe Fortis assesses a wounded gunman who fell several stories during the JEMS Games finals mock shooting scenario. <span>(Photo Glen E. Ellman)</span></p>

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<p>An actor portraying a U.S. Secret Service member, left, protects actors playing the JEMS Games President, center, and the JEMS<br /> Games First Lady when the mock shooting began during Friday night's final scenario. (Photo Glen E. Ellman)</p>

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<p>Fire Department New York JEMS Games team member Joe Hudak assesses a high-profile shooting victim, the JEMS Games Vice President, during the Friday night final scenario. (Photo Glen E. Ellman)</p>

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<p>Fire Department New York JEMS Games team members Joe Hudak, left, and Kevin Ramdayal stabilize a manikin representing a shooting victim during the Friday night JEMS Games final scenario. (Photo Glen E. Ellman)</p>

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<p>Cumberland County EMS/Duplin County (N.C.) JEMS Games team member Larry Smith, front right, assesses a pediatric seizure patient during the mock scene while team members Larry Westbrook. left, and Brian Pearce assist another patient. (Photo Glen E. Ellman)</p>

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<p>Cumberland County EMS/Duplin County (N.C.) JEMS Games team member Brian Pearce assesses a shooting victim during the he Friday night JEMS Games finals<span>. (Photo Glen E. Ellman)</span></p>

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<p>Cumberland County EMS/Duplin County (N.C.) JEMS Games team member Larry Smith gives an actor portraying an anxious mother a job to do during the JEMS Games final scenario. (Photo Glen E. Ellman)</p>

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<p><span>Sussex County (Del.) EMS team member </span>Jill Wix <span>treats a patient during the team's Friday night JEMS Games performance. </span>(Photo Glen E. Ellman)</p>

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<p><span>Sussex County (Del.) EMS team member</span><span> Jessielyn Woolbright </span><span>assesses a patient having an acute MI during the JEMS Games final scenario. The team finished third. </span><span>(Photo Glen E. Ellman)</span></p>

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<p><span>Sussex County (Del.) EMS team member </span><span>Andrew Vickers </span><span>assesses a shooting victim who is a high-profile person during the Friday night JEMS Games mock shooting event. </span><span>(Photo Glen E. Ellman)</span></p>

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<p>Fire Department New York JEMS Games team member Joe Fortis, left, talks with a JEMS Games actor portraying a U.S. Secret Service officer before the final round of the mock shooting event. (Photo Glen E. Ellman)</p>

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<p>Fire Department New York JEMS Games team member Kevin Ramdayal assesses a patient in the JEMS Games finals. The all-paramedic team took home the gold this year. (Photo Glen E. Ellman)</p>