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High School Football Team 'Saves" Ambulance — Pushes it off field

A high school football team came to the rescue of an ambulance that wouldn’t start in the middle of their football field.

BEVERLY, Ohio — A high school football team worked together to push an ambulance that was stuck on the field during a game.

USA Today reported that the Northmor High School football team was playing against Fort Frye High School when Northmor quarterback Meechie Johnson was injured during a play.

The ambulance arrived on the field because it looked like he needed to be transported, but Johnson was then able to leave the field on his own. The ambulance, however, could not.

The Northmor team decided to help the ambulance out and bunched up against the back of it to push it off the field.

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Troy Shaffer
Troy Shaffer

About the Author: Troy is an Air Medical Career Expert passionate about a team approach to improving air medical safety from the ground up. Troy is a former Army medic, Army pilot, Coast Guard pilot and EMS pilot. Troy has taught hundreds of wannabe flight medics, flight nurses and EMS pilots the exact steps needed to launch air medical careers.

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