LifeNet training

Medical helicopter training

Paramedic Nik Gonzales (by helicopter) shows members of the fire and rescue departments from Ashland and Greenwood equipment on the LifeNet of the Heartland medical helicopter during training on June 25 in Ashland. Also assisting with the training is Jeremy Moore, LifeNet clinical base lead (center).The helicopter touched down at Ashland Cemetery for the training after the firefighters and emergency medical technicians received instruction at the Ashland Fire Hall. (Staff Photo by Suzi Nelson)

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