EMT by Pat Ivey

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These are the trying true stories of the mobile emergency medical technicians that often are the only thing standing between anyone of us and death. Author Pat Ivey uses her extensive first hand experiences and an unflinching eye for drama and detail to bring us the unheard tales of heroism and courage of the EMT units. She takes us into a hidden world of children in need, women seeking shelter from the storm of abuse and the realities of industrial accidents. A simple car crash turns into a Herculean effort, an epic struggle against the clock and against the odds. Tragic misfortunes that usually occur silently in everyday America and the men and women that try to heal these heart-pounding predicaments are put reverently on front stage in this truly heroic, honest and compassionate compilation of true action adventurers.

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Published November 4, 2002 by e-reads.com. 212 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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