Sunday March 29, 2020

First Person

Paul Wynne: paramedic, 27, Galway

25th July, 2009

Being a paramedic is a wild, vast job. Every single day is different, and you never know what the job will throw at you. A typical day shift starts at 8am and finishes at 6pm. One day there might be three calls, but the next we could get 12 or 14.

An ambulance has to follow the same rules of the road as all other vehicles. It’s common courtesy for other drivers to give way to an...

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