November 26, 2018 – In Breaking News – APP
Hundreds of mourners turned out Monday to remember three people killed in an air ambulance crash in North Dakota who were hailed as “heroes of the impossible.”
A crowd estimated at up to 1,500 attended a memorial for the victims at the Bismarck Event Center.
(Officials have released more details regarding an air ambulance crash near Mandan, North Dakota that killed 3 people. Courtesy of iNewZ TV and YouTube. Posted on Nov 19, 2018.)
Members of dozens of North Dakota ambulance services, police and fire departments slowly filed past the front of the memorial for paramedic Chris Iverson, nurse Bonnie Cook and pilot Todd Lasky, The Bismarck Tribune reported.
The Rev. Greg Carr of Crisis Care Chaplaincy spoke of the coming together of hospitals, law enforcement, fire and rescue and emergency medical personnel he has seen in the week since the crash.
“Every one of them, they watch out for one another because in the first response world, we set aside all political, religious, economical and social differences and we work together to get the jobs done that we need to get done,” Carr said in welcoming mourners to the two-hour service.
“All throughout the past week, we have witnessed the truth of this.”
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