Lisa in Woodland Park

This morning at 3 AM, my husband started having chest pains and I called 911. I've never done this before; we've had emergency trips to the ER before (he's had several bad bouts with kidney stones), but I've always been able to drive him there myself. The girl at WP Police Dept who got my call was an angel, the first of many I'd meet through all this. Her calm voice kept ME calm as she walked me through things to check for in my husband's condition. She stayed on the line with me until two ...
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Michael from Woodland Park

Mike fell nearly twenty feet from a ladder and sustained a head injury. Upon UPRAD’s arrival mike was found unresponsive and having a seizure. The paramedic on scene quickly worked on Mike, stopping his seizure with IV medications and delivering him to an awaiting trauma team. Mike has since made a full recovery and is back home with his wife, but now he leaves the ladder work to others. “Not only did UPRAD provide amazing care to Mike, but Jim the paramedic even went above and beyond while hel...
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Phyllis from Woodland Park

Phyllis had been feeling bad most of the day. Her family called 911 and UPRAD paramedics arrived just as Phyllis went into cardiac arrest. The paramedics started CPR and placed a breathing tube. After several very tense minutes, Phyllis’ heart responded to the treatment. Because of the fast response and heroic intervention of EMS, Phyllis walked out of the hospital several days later. “I am so grateful for the EMTs and Paramedics in Teller County. We are so blessed to have UPRAD here”.
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Jodi in Woodland Park

Jodi’s car went over the side of a wall and fell more than 20 feet with her inside, causing profound internal injuries and broken bones. UPRAD paramedic Nick Zuber was on scene within two minutes of the call to 911. He provided treatment and managed Jodi’s pain. “The Paramedic explained everything and was very kind. I thank him and all the others like him working for UPRAD in our community”.
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