Photo of the Week: First responders commemorate special delivery for new rig
The delivery of baby girl Phoebe James on Oct. 26 was one of the first calls for the Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corps’ newly-acquired ambulance
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This week’s Photo of the Week comes from the Suffolk County (N.Y.) Police Department and Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corps, showing the unveiling of a decal to commemorate one of the first calls taken in the corps’ newest ambulance.
Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corps EMT Stephanie Lino, Suffolk County Police Officer Christopher Ward and Commack AEMT James Garside, who is also a Suffolk police officer, assisted in the delivery of baby girl Phoebe James on Oct. 26 at her home and then transported her to the hospital in a newly-acquired PL Custom Emergency Vehicles ambulance, according to the police department.
Phoebe’s family participated in the unveiling of a stork decal bearing the baby’s name and date and time of birth to mark the rig’s role in the special delivery.