Mon Aug 8, 2022

‘They are our future’ – Program helps train next generation of EMTs

Julie Garcia rose through the ranks from Whiteville Rescue Unit Junior EMT to full-time EMT. Garcia is studying to become a paramedic. Staff photo by Thomas Sherrill

A one-time shy 14-year-old Whiteville Rescue Unit Junior EMT is now a 19-year-old full-time EMT, recently hired after essentially growing up with the unit the last few years.

“It’s been a good department, not only has everyone been good to me, but I tell everyone that over here, everyone

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