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Returning the favor

Ambulance on its way to Long Island to replace one lost to Sandy

Scho-Wright Ambulance Service EMT and Vice President Janice Hornbach shows the ambulance the volunteer company is donating to a Long Island company that lost two ambulances to superstorm Sandy.
Scho-Wright Ambulance Service EMT and Vice President Janice Hornbach shows the ambulance the volunteer company is donating to a Long Island company that lost two ambulances to superstorm Sandy.
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Members of the Scho-Wright Ambulance Service gathered Tuesday to say goodbye to a trusty ambulance they’re donating to a Long Island ambulance company that lost two of its units to superstorm Sandy. The group of volunteer emergency medical technicians, who cover the Schoharie County towns of Schoharie and Wright, secured a new ambulance less than a month ago. They all agreed they wanted to answer the call for help in the coastal areas inundated by ...


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