Va. Beach Rescue Squad Volunteers Going Beyond the Call of Duty to Save Lives





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Published on Aug 23, 2012

Did you know that you are seven times more likely to survive cardiac arrest in Virginia Beach than in most other communities in the country? Did you know that Virginia Beach, thanks to its 10 volunteer rescue squads, has more ambulances available to respond to emergencies than all the other cities in Hampton Roads combined? Did you know in fact that on the day of the jet crash in April, 14 ambulances were on duty but within a half hour, 30 were on the scene off Birdneck Road? Those are some of the revelations in a new video produced by Rubin Communications Group for the Virginia Beach Rescue Squad Foundation. The first showing was at a legislative reception sponsored by the Foundation on August 22.

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