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Morning Blend 16 May, 2013

Fake “emergency” calls, bizarre requests for ambulances, psychological stress from exposure to gruesome accident and crime scenes – just some of the challenges facing Paramedics and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). Ahead of Emergency Medical Services Week next week, Kishon Turner, Emergency Transport Services, and (via telephone) Lavarda Adderley, National Emergency Medical Services, tell us some of their most unusual experiences, and give details about the celebrations planned for next week.

Also, a new Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year will be named this weekend. Committee members Adia Deveaux and Keenan Johnson give us all the details about this week’s events, leading up to the final awards ceremony Saturday night at Golden Gates Assembly. Log on to www.bahamaspstoy.com.

And “In The News”, reaction to the shocking $861,606 cost of the NIB Forensic Audit.

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