Around 1:20 p.m. at Harrison Avenue and Nassau Street, WBZ reports.
Adam Cheung writes about the deceivingly quiet Nassau Street.
Some very interesting reviews of what it is like to work there. Reading a few of these, I wonder if fatigue was involved. https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/EasCare-Reviews-E676650.htm
Unfortunately private ambulance companies pay you shit. When I was in EMT school in 2006 entry level pay was about $11/hr. So most of the EMTs work long shifts so that they can also have a regular job. They'll work part time for 12-24 hours and then have another job 40 hours a week.
What a horrible thing to happen. My heart goes out to everyone involved.
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