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Quality emergency care has become even more critical in Hoven, S.D., than it once was, since the 2010 closure of Holy Infant Hospital (in the background). The city council’s progressive emergency services program has kept the town that now is 25 miles from the nearest hospital alive with emergency medical technicians, emergency vehicle operators, and now paramedics. Paramedic Brady Hartung, EMT Kurt Rausch, EMT Blair Ruckman, Paramedic Jill Cody, and EMT Anna Marshall all are members of the Hoven Ambulance crew.
Quality emergency care has become even more critical in Hoven, S.D., than it once was, since the 2010 closure of Holy Infant Hospital (in the background). The city council’s progressive emergency services program has kept the town that now is 25 miles from the nearest hospital alive with emergency medical technicians, emergency vehicle operators, and now paramedics. Paramedic Brady Hartung, EMT Kurt Rausch, EMT Blair Ruckman, Paramedic Jill Cody, and EMT Anna Marshall all are members of the Hoven Ambulance crew. By Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media

Quality emergency care has become even more critical in Hoven, S.D., than it once was, since the 2010 closure of Holy Infant Hospital (in the background). The city council’s progressive emergency services program has kept the town that now is 25 miles from the nearest hospital alive with emergency medical technicians, emergency vehicle operators, and now paramedics. Paramedic Brady Hartung, EMT Kurt Rausch, EMT Blair Ruckman, Paramedic Jill Cody, and EMT Anna Marshall all are members of the Hoven Ambulance crew.

Quality emergency care has become even more critical in Hoven, S.D., than it once was, since the 2010 closure of Holy Infant Hospital (in the background). The city council’s progressive emergency services program has kept the town that now is 25 miles from the nearest hospital alive with emergency medical technicians, emergency vehicle operators, and now paramedics. Paramedic Brady Hartung, EMT Kurt Rausch, EMT Blair Ruckman, Paramedic Jill Cody, and EMT Anna Marshall all are members of the Hoven Ambulance crew. By Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media

Quality emergency care has become even more critical in Hoven, S.D., than it once was, since the 2010 closure of Holy Infant Hospital (in the background). The city council’s progressive emergency services program has kept the town that now is 25 miles from the nearest hospital alive with emergency medical technicians, emergency vehicle operators, and now paramedics. Paramedic Brady Hartung, EMT Kurt Rausch, EMT Blair Ruckman, Paramedic Jill Cody, and EMT Anna Marshall all are members of the Hoven Ambulance crew. By Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media

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