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Hall Fire Services donates ambulance to Lanier Tech
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Hall Fire Services donated a decommissioned ambulance to Lanier Technical College’s paramedicine program. Pictured, from left, are Eron Sunshine, Lanier Tech director of emergency medical services and paramedicine; Hall County Commissioner Jeff Stowe; Lanier Tech President Ray Perren; Hall County Interim Fire Chief Mark Arnold; Sam Stone, retired Lanier Tech director of emergency medical services and paramedicine; Hall County Commissioner Billy Powell and Hall County Administrator Jock Connell.

Hall County Fire Services has donated a decommissioned ambulance to provide training to the students of the paramedicine program at Lanier Technical College.

“We appreciate our longstanding partnership with Hall County Fire Services,” Lanier Technical College President Ray Perren said in a news release. “This ambulance will help assure our students, as well as current fire services personnel, get hands-on training using the same equipment with which they operate on the job. Partners like Hall County allow us to continue to provide our students with guaranteed career opportunities.”

Information from Lanier Tech press release

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