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Local grade school students get close-up lessons when Air Evac Lifeteam visits          Send a link to a friend

[DEC. 28, 2006]  The Springfield Air Evac Lifeteam crew recently braved the wintry weather to visit a third-grade class at Northwest School in Lincoln. The crew visited with the students, explaining what Air Evac does in an emergency, and gave tours of the aircraft.

Pictured with the students is pilot Kurt Kennard. Also making the visit were paramedic supervisor J. Michael Marquis and flight nurse Erin Thomas.

Air Evac Lifeteam is a membership-supported air ambulance service that provides emergency health care and rapid medical transport to rural communities throughout the central United States. The company operates 65 bases in 11 states. For more information, visit

[Provided by Matthew Miller, Air Evac Lifeteam]



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