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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