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Emergency personnel recognized during EMS week

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By Calen McKinney

At first, they might do it for an adrenaline rush. But officials say EMS workers stick with the job because it lets them help people.

This week, communities recognize their EMS workers as part of National Emergency Medical Services Week.

Taylor County is home to many EMS personnel who put themselves in harm’s way to help others on what could likely be the worst day of their lives. Local officials say working in the EMS field isn't for everyone, and those who do it don't take the job to make money.


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