Atlantans assist with Hurricane Harvey rescue and recoverySoldiers with the Texas Army National Guard move through flooded Houston streets as floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey continue to rise. Photo obtained via Wikimedia Commons
By MICHAEL JONES, WABE
Fifty-five medical professionals from Georgia are on the way to Texas to assist with hurricane rescue efforts. Among them are specialists in incident command, search and rescue efforts, and pediatric and geriatric care.
Terence Ramotar, regional director of American Medical Response, said the paramedics and emergency medical technicians left Stone Mountain early Tuesday morning, and are each driving an ambulance.
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