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Retired ambulance donated to Motlow

Shown from left are County Commissioner Joe Johnson, EMS Director of the Motlow State EMS Education Department Drew Hooker, County Mayor Tim Stribling, DeKalb EMS Director Hoyte Hale, and Kristie Johnson, AEMT/EMT Coordinator for Motlow EMS Education and part time DeKalb EMS employee.

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An ambulance recently retired from service has been donated to Motlow University for training purposes.


At last month’s meeting, county commissioners voted to declare the unit surplus and pass it on to Motlow’s EMS training department. The keys and paperwork for the ambulance were presented to Drew Hooker, EMS Director of the Motlow State EMS Education Department, by County Mayor Tim Stribling Tuesday afternoon.


Hooker said the vehicle will help greatly in the EMS training program.


“It will create realistic training for students, and when they graduate and show up at the EMS services they will be work ...

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