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Sunday, August 18, 2013

Seminole County Fire and Rescue Earn Praise from Wounded Times

This morning at 4:00 a.m. my husband was shaking and couldn't stop. He kept saying he was freezing but his skin felt cool so the last thought I had was he was running a fever. His whole body was shaking. I called 9-11. First the fire department showed up with members of Engine 27 and they were fantastic. 

The care they took with both of us was soothing in a time of crisis.

Then Seminole County Fire and Rescue 26 came, brought my husband to the hospital and stayed with him for while.

Many people can't understand how important it is to the families in need of more than just medical help in emergencies. The way they act, treat people with patience and care is priceless.

My husband is at the hospital waiting for a room. I had to come home and take care of our dog, so I'll head back there as soon as he has a room. The ER doctor is sure he has Pneumonia. I'll let you know more later but for now, I thought these outstanding crews deserved my praise. I always thought they were fantastic. Now I know for sure they really are a Godsend.

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