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Sherman EMTs headed out on foot in snowstorm to get to patient

A patient in Sherman had to be shuttled by EMTs from their home yesterday to a waiting UTV because the ambulance and fire apparatus couldn't make it up the road. Sherman Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to a medical call around 10am on a report of a person having difficulty breathing. About a quarter of a mile from the house, the ambulance and Utility 6 were unable to pass due to the steep terrain, ice and snow on the roadway. The EMS team went out, on foot, with needed equipment to stabilize the patient while the Polaris Ranger UTV was dispatched. Sherman Public Works was notified to plow and sand the road.  The patient was successfully treated and transported by ambulance to New Milford Hospital.  

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