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Members of Gackle Ambulance learn how to use a new EKG purchased with Mission Lifeline grant funding. South Dakota went through this program previously, and it is now being introduced in North Dakota. Pictured are, standing, Tammy Koenig and James Owen, and seated, George Koenig. Ongoing training for ambulance crews is often done in rural communities; a new proposal would encourage more online training for basic EMT skills, which would reduce the need to drive to a larger community for training. Photo by Tri-County News.
Members of Gackle Ambulance learn how to use a new EKG purchased with Mission Lifeline grant funding. South Dakota went through this program previously, and it is now being introduced in North Dakota. Pictured are, standing, Tammy Koenig and James Owen, and seated, George Koenig. Ongoing training for ambulance crews is often done in rural communities; a new proposal would encourage more online training for basic EMT skills, which would reduce the need to drive to a larger community for training. Photo by Tri-County News.

Members of Gackle Ambulance learn how to use a new EKG purchased with Mission Lifeline grant funding. South Dakota went through this program previously, and it is now being introduced in North Dakota. Pictured are, standing, Tammy Koenig and James Owen, and seated, George Koenig. Ongoing training for ambulance crews is often done in rural communities; a new proposal would encourage more online training for basic EMT skills, which would reduce the need to drive to a larger community for training. Photo by Tri-County News.

Members of Gackle Ambulance learn how to use a new EKG purchased with Mission Lifeline grant funding. South Dakota went through this program previously, and it is now being introduced in North Dakota. Pictured are, standing, Tammy Koenig and James Owen, and seated, George Koenig. Ongoing training for ambulance crews is often done in rural communities; a new proposal would encourage more online training for basic EMT skills, which would reduce the need to drive to a larger community for training. Photo by Tri-County News.

Members of Gackle Ambulance learn how to use a new EKG purchased with Mission Lifeline grant funding. South Dakota went through this program previously, and it is now being introduced in North Dakota. Pictured are, standing, Tammy Koenig and James Owen, and seated, George Koenig. Ongoing training for ambulance crews is often done in rural communities; a new proposal would encourage more online training for basic EMT skills, which would reduce the need to drive to a larger community for training. Photo by Tri-County News.

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