By Mike Dunn 

SCWEMS looking for volunteers


South Central Wyoming residents often prefer the benefits of the rural life. But the wide open spaces do provide some challenges for residents. Receiving adequate emergency care to your house is not always a simple as it needs to be in rural areas.

But one local group is helping to bridge that gap between sufficient emergency health care and small town life.

They call themselves the South Central Wyoming Emergency Medical Service (SCWEMS) and they have been helping Carbon County towns since 2009.

The SCWEMS, which was founded by volunteers, covers a large portion of Carbon County.

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