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2022 countdown: Top 5 most controversial news stories of the year

Our co-hosts recount the EMS stories that generated the most debate on the podcast during the year; do you agree with their conclusions?

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Our co-hosts bid farewell to 2022 by counting down the most talked about and debated stories from this year’s slate of Inside EMS episodes. Join Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson as they discuss EMS-police relations, patients’ gender identity requests, legal conundrums and more.

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Gov. Inslee’s administration is also looking at state regulations to allow paramedics to administer initial opioid disorder treatment doses to overdose victims
At the time of the incident, a patient was in the back of the ambulance, the Detroit Fire Department said
The Howard County ambulance was parked with its rear yellow warning lights activated when the car struck the back
Anthony Spada, a firefighter and paramedic with the Walla Walla Fire Department, stood trial on child sex crime charges earlier this year, but a mistrial was declared