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Tri-State Ambulance Continues To Be United Way Pacesetter

Tri-State Ambulance feels very honored to be a Pacesetter organization as part of the 2015 Great Rivers United Way campaign. Continue reading

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Tri-State Ambulance Joins Procession For WWII Veteran

Tri-State Ambulance staff felt very honored today to be a part of the Viroqua procession for World War 2 veteran U.S. Army Pfc. Lawrence S. Gordon. Gordon’s remains were discovered and identified in a cemetery in France and are now making their way to Saskatchewan, Canada for burial. Continue reading

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Paramedic Crystal Wallin Speaks to The La Crosse Tribune About Working in EMS

Wallin tells of the difficulties EMS professionals have with processing traumatic incidents. Continue reading

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Emergency Responders Talk About Coping With Traumatic Incidents

Emergency responders can witness more trauma and grief in a single response than most people will see in a lifetime. Dealing with these experiences can take a toll on responders’ well-being and health. Continue reading

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Police Initiative Looks to Reduce Prescription Drug Abuse

Tri-State Ambulance supports area law enforcement in their efforts to tackle this growing problem. Continue reading

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Tri-State Ambulance Bike Team Keeps “Riverfesters” Safe

The Tri-State Ambulance Bike Team will be at Riverfest again this year. Continue reading

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Tri-State Ambulance Staff Train For Scene Safety

Tri-State Ambulance staff continue to receive “Escaping Violent Encounters” training in an effort to ensure their safety while performing their duties. Continue reading

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Tri-State Regional Ambulance Receives Lifesaving Equipment

Tri-State Regional Ambulance is pleased to be one of eleven recipients in Fayette County Iowa to receive a Lucus CPR device Continue reading

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Heroin Use Growing Problem in Wisconsin – Including La Crosse

Heroin related overdose deaths have actually been declining in La Crosse County since 2010. However, the number of patients given Narcan by Tri-State has been steadily increasing. Continue reading

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Split Second Decisions

“Split Second Decisions” was the topic of the presentation that included Tri-State Ambulance paramedic Bill Zirk. Continue reading

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