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Rescue 33 responding to a bus hits auto...supposedly...accident. You make the decision on this one. They carefully remove thier patients and prepare them for trasnport. 1st Responders from Kentland have all be trained and many are professionals, so they give each patient the nessassary care to keep them safe. We do not know the outcome so we cannot say the status of this accident. Next up, the Mini-Pumper responds to a medical call. Meet more of the Kentland Family and their way of making money for their department; tee shirts; Lt. Joe Brown explains. Night, a call comes in, it's a medical and in this case, a Police Officer has been rear-ended. They get there patient stablized and packated up for transport to the hospital.

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