ABC Evening News for Monday, May 16, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(NYC: John McKenzie) Problems facing emergency medical service featured; details given, scenes shown. [National Association of EMS Physicians spokesperson Dr. Paul PEPE - says there are problems in EMS systems.] Issue of ambulance response time detailed;scenes shown. Washington, DC case of death of Mozan Kelly due to slow arrival of EMS reported [Bro. Nathaniel KELLY - criticizes service.] Issue of EMS training detailed. [New York City EMS vice president Dr. Alexander KUEHL - comments.] Technological advances and training programs in EMS enumerated; scenes shown from Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Seattle, WA. [KUEHL - says status of EMS depends on each community.]
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