Category: Rescue Lines

Rescue Lines Fall 2013

Click here to read the Fall 2013 edition of Rescue Lines, and find out what it’s like to work a major marathon event in the cover story, “EMS Volunteers Do Much More Than Stand By.”

Rescue Lines Summer 2013

Click here to read the Summer 2013 Edition of Rescue Lines, which tells the reunion story of one volunteer and his cardiac arrest patient who lived, as well as a details about a touching donation to Sandy Hook after the terrible tragedy.

Rescue Lines Spring 2013

Click here to read the Spring 2013 Edition of Rescue Lines, which profiles some of our rescue squads’ newest volunteers and also includes an announcement about the Foundation’s 2013 Grant and Scholarship recipients.

Rescue Lines Winter 2012

Click here to read the Winter 2012/2013 Edition of Rescue Lines, featuring a cover story about Hurricane Sandy, a photo of EMT Graduating Class #3 – 2012 and an article about Kempsville VRS’s new “920” ambulance.

Rescue Lines Fall 2012

Click Here to read the Fall 2012 Edition of Rescue Lines, featuring a story about President Obama’s visit to Virginia Beach and Kempsville VRS’s operation of “Ambulance One.” The issue also includes a profile about EMS volunteers Stephanie Krebs and Dwayne Morris, whose experience has led them to careers in the medical field.

Rescue Lines Summer 2012

Click Here to read the Summer 2012 Edition of Rescue Lines, which includes a cover story about Va. Beach’s above-average cardiac arrest survival rate, as well as features on four squads celebrating milestone anniversaries this year.

Rescue Lines Winter 2011

Click here to read the Winter 2012/2013 Edition of Rescue Lines, which profiles two volunteers who delivered two babies in one shift, as well as a photo of the recent EMT-B graduating class.

Rescue Lines Fall 2011

Click here to read the Fall 2011 Edition of Rescue Lines, which includes a story about Va. Beach EMS’s response to an incident involving a 13-year-old girl whose leg was caught in a motorboat propeller. The issue also features an update on quadriplegic Rachelle Friedman, as well as a profile on Sarah Platts from the Search and Rescue Team.

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