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Celebrating paramedic week

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Celebrating paramedic week

Norfolk County EMS will celebrate paramedic services week with an open house on Wednesday, May 28. The week, which runs May 25 to May 31, is an international event held annually in Canada on the fourth week of May which celebrates everything paramedic and raises awareness of the vital role EMS plays in healthcare and […]

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Girl killed in Oxford County collision

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Girl killed in Oxford County collision

A nine year old girl was pronounced dead at the scene of a collision involving a large fertilizer spray vehicle and a car in Otterville, in Oxford County, Sunday morning, said Norfolk County EMS in a release. Norfolk County EMS paramedics responded the collision at 9:10 a.m. Sunday at the intersection of Main and Dover […]

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Technical rescue team trains on bridge

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Technical rescue team trains on bridge

Nearly 12 metres above the deck of the Clarence Street Bridge, members of Port Colborne Fire and Emergency Services technical rescue team were tying off a series of ropes to the structure. Ropes and harnesses were also being tied off on a rescue basket, getting it ready to be lowered down to the west side […]

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Car crash in Port Colborne

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Car crash in Port Colborne
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Truck fire in Wainfleet

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Truck fire in Wainfleet
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Woman falls from train bridge

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Woman falls from train bridge

Welland firefighters had to crawl through a maze of metal beams below a train bridge to get to a patient Sunday night. Welland Fire and Emergency Services platoon chief Dan Marr said a call came in for a female that had fallen from the train bridge, Bridge 15, over the recreational canal. “We found a […]

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