Special thank you

Eight-year-old Chelsie Smith of Drouin visited Drouin ambulance station on Friday to present a bag of 25 knitted teddy bears and say a thank you paramedic Justin Joubran.

The lot of paramedics is not always easy and often not fully appreciated. That’s part of the reason why a visit to the Drouin ambulance station last Friday by an eight-year-old girl really touched ambulance officer Justin Joubran. Mr Joubran

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Worst place for ambulance branch?

School buses and other traffic, typical at morning and afternoon peak times, in Burke St between the proposed site of a new ambulance station and the intersection with Coleman St.

“It would top the list of the worst places to locate an ambulance branch,” was the stunned reaction of a Warragul resident to the announcement Warragul will get a second ambulance station to be built in Burke St. Bill Smits

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