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Critical Shortage Of 911 Volunteer EMS Workers In Rural America | NBC Nightly News



As many as 70% of EMTs in rural America are volunteers, but as unpaid first responders they are forced to juggle full-time jobs, families and specialized medical training – and their numbers are rapidly dwindling.
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Critical Shortage Of 911 Volunteer EMS Workers In Rural America | NBC Nightly News

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4 comments

  1. Well yall choose to live in BFE south dakota man!! Move to a more populated area and get with the times people

  2. 911 isn't the fastest response, call the F.D.

  3. North Dakota is brutal cold.

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