Ambulance service gets new director for a new direction


H.B. Lawson

The inside of the life-flight helicopter has room for three crew plus the patient. EMS and Fire crews were on hand for training in Saratoga on Saturday.

The South Central Wyoming Emergency Medical Services (SCWEMS) Joint Powers Board met on April 8, to discuss several issues facing the constantly evolving service that provides emergency services to the towns of Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow, Saratoga, Riverside, Encampment and Carbon County. SCWEMS also holds a separate year-to-year agreement with the town of Hanna.

The board met for nearly five hours at the Elk Mountain station where they were able to finally confirm that in its last meeting on March 11, the SCWEMS Board had eliminated the ambulance coordinator position and subsequently hired...

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