emergency medical technician
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They’re emergency medical technicians, security guards, repair people, construction workers, salespeople or home care aides, for instance.
First responders — from policemen and firefighters to emergency medical technicians, construction workers, and untrained volunteers — continue to search frantically for survivors as thousands more may be trapped under the rubble.
According to the release, a passerby, who is an emergency medical technician, was performing lifesaving efforts on Johnson when rescue personnel arrived.
Community colleges and vocational schools also use simulators for emergency medical technician, paramedic and medical assistant programs.
Kevin Palmer, an emergency medical technician at the Middle River station and a volunteer at the White Marsh station, also was deployed to Texas.
So far this year, police and emergency medical technicians from Somerset County have deployed naloxone, the overdose reversal drug, 187 times and reported 21 fatal overdoses.
Simpson, an advanced emergency medical technician for Community Ambulance, was one of the 16 EMTs working alongside off-duty firefighters at the Oct. 1 country music festival when the shooting began.
Her mother is an emergency medical technician for Heritage Village Ambulance in Southbury.
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