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2 weeks ago

LifeCare Ambulance

Help our friends out at Amherst Police Department to find the owner. Some kid is probably missing their favorite toy..UPDATE: OWNER HAS BEEN LOCATED! THANK YOU!
Shortly before 8pm on Tuesday, April 10, our officers located this little fellow in front of the Midwest Ballet school at 133 1/2 Park Ave. If you know who the owner is please contact Ptl. Bowers 440-988-2625.
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2 weeks ago

LifeCare Ambulance

Thank You dispatchers for being our LifeLine. Dispatchers our behiend the scene heroes that the public never sees!!

Stop and say Thank you to your Dispatchers there job is also stressful..
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3 weeks ago

LifeCare Ambulance

Our thoughts are with the North Ridgeville Police Department as they mourn the loss of an officer.It is with the heaviest of hearts that I make this post. Last night one of our own, Sgt. Dean Mraz, passed away unexpectedly from natural causes at home. Dean began serving the people of this community in 1995 and continued doing that until yesterday. Dean had been in the detective bureau, part of the motorcycle unit, a D.A.R.E. officer and a field training officer. Before all of that, Dean was a police officer in Fairfax, Virginia and is a former United States Marine.

More than that though, Dean was a husband and father that loved his family fiercely. Dean loved his coworkers and Dean loved this community. Dean loved the Detroit Lions. Dean loved snowmobiling in the Upper Peninsula. Dean loved to joke around and his laugh was infectious and if you could get him to apologize for something his Wisconsin accent would come out strong as he told you he was "Sorey". Dean was a good policeman, but more importantly, Dean loved. In everything he did.

Please keep Dean and his family in your prayers. And we don't ask for much, but maybe say one for us too. This is a tough one.

Rest easy Deano.

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