A group of good Samaritans helps push Scurry County EMS - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/5/10

A group of good Samaritans helps push Scurry County EMS through flood waters

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - A heartfelt thank you from an EMS team to a group of Lubbockites who pushed a Scurry County Ambulance three blocks out of the flooded roads early Sunday morning on Avenue Q.

"It really was moving. I tried to grab their hands and tell them what a difference you made. We aren't on receiving end usually and you guys were our guardian angels and they didn't hardly give me time of day they said its okay we got others to help and they just took off running...running," said Scurry County Medic Diana Teel.

Teel did not get their names, but wanted to thank the group of about eight people who pushed her ambulance to safe ground. There were no barricades on Avenue Q at the time. The patient they were transporting slept through the whole ordeal. Lubbock EMS took the patient to the hospital.

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