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Pa. EMS lieutenant returns to work after surviving serious ambulance crash

Crozer EMS Lt. Nick Scull sustained serious injuries in the October crash with a school bus


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By Laura French

CHADDS FORD, Pa. — A Pennsylvania EMS lieutenant who was seriously injured in an ambulance crash with a school bus in October returned to work on Monday.

Crozer EMS Lt. Nick Scull became trapped in the rig after the Oct. 7 collision and spent more than two weeks in treatment and rehabilitation before returning home in late October. No children were on the bus at the time of the crash, and the bus driver was not seriously injured.

Crozer EMS announced on Monday that Scull had returned to duty, and will be assigned to the EMS Administration Office to assist with daily operational tasks until he is cleared for full duty.

“Welcome Back Lt.!” read a Facebook post from the agency.

Scull’s partner, Lt. Joshua Boyland, who was also injured in the crash, returned to duty in October.[0]=AZU2RpDoV5dkMTwklwcTRD3uWFRukazw-iv4AcUajaBSdl1A1bwGSP_hXKLRlRSXODB_TW5AJ54_9-RB93qM8WUbgSmRnyO2M9Pd3NqAPsQGdx_jCXZcxPoTUDuevpo9LLYHxiqWr61QPfDWukqJ4LeM&__tn__=%2CO%2CP-R