Keeping it clean

Messenger photo by Linda Dillman
Extra safety and health precautions during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic have changed the way the Madison Township Fire Department responds to emergency runs, such as thoroughly disinfecting and sanitizing medics and firehouses everyday and after each patient contact. “On every transport, each patient is given a mask to wear and on every run, we, as paramedics, have to wear gloves, eye protection and a P100 respirator mask,” said Firefighter Ed Dildine, Jr. On May 14, members of Dry Patrol provided free sanitizing and disinfecting services to fire department vehicles and buildings. Pictured is company employee Caleb Stone sanitizing one of the Madison Township medics at station 183 on Noe-Bixby Road. “In this time of unprecedented circumstances, it is great that we can all work together to keep everyone safe,” said Dildine.
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