Posts Tagged ‘Ambulance’

To the 343 of my brothers and sisters who selflessly gave of their own lives to rescue others on this day 9 years ago, words cannot express how much you are still missed. You brought a country divided together by your actions of heroism and selflessness and represented the epitome of what everyone in the Fire and EMS family strive to be.  Despite the fact that many of the flags and patriotism have faded from that fateful day where unity brought the USA all together as one, you and your actions will always live on in the hearts and minds of the brothers and sisters in service you left behind that day. Thank you from the bottom of our sorrowful hearts. We will always remember.

Note – For those of you who are unaware, I am an EMT in both NJ (since 2000) and PA (since 2006), as well as an EMT Instructor in PA, currently working as a dispatcher for a private ambulance company.