The Trinity EMS ambulance company recently provided 10 First Responder “in bags” to the city’s Police Department.
The bags are kits that personnel use when they arrive at the scene of an accident.
The city recently added six new police cruisers and the 10 bags will be used to equip those cruisers.
“We are great believers that seconds count in on-the-scene responses,” said Christopher Dick, director of business development for Trinity EMS. “Our aim is to help the municipalities that we serve in any way we can, and we believe these kits will help officers in those circumstances when they are first on the scene.”
Trinity provides ambulance service to several communities in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.