Maine medics cleared in skier's death
Described skier's death as an unavoidable tragedy under the circumstances, saying believed the investigation found emergency responders did "everything possible" to save skier's life
By David F. Robinson
FARMINGTON, Maine — The state office that oversees emergency medical services has dismissed the complaints against an ambulance service that cared for David Morse, who died en route to the hospital after a skiing accident at the Sugarloaf ski resort earlier this year.
The Maine Emergency Medical Services on Wednesday released the findings of its investigation into allegations by Morse's wife, Dana Morse. She claimed the NorthStar ambulance crew that treated her husband after the accident did not care for him properly.
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