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Never Alone in the Back: A Paramedic's Reflections on Faith, Prayer and the Journey with God

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On a warm evening in March 2009, at the scene of a horrific motor vehicle crash, lies Sami Musick, a beautiful five-year-old girl, suffering from multiple skull fractures. The paramedic dispatched to the accident that has left Sami as a potential triage "black tag" is himself dealing with his past near-death experience, coming only nine months after the death of his former ...more
Paperback, 118 pages
Published April 1st 2011 by Aaron Book Publishing
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Jedonne
May 07, 2011 rated it it was amazing
This book touches the heart and gives us hope. Bad things do happen to good people, seeing God's hand in it is often difficult. Never Alone In the Back gives the reader a unique look at how individuals handle adversity.
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Planning to retire to the mountains of NC in 2005, Gerald Morton decided to earn his National Registry EMT-Basic certification so he could help out with the local volunteer ambulance service near his home. Little did he know that this community-minded action would lead to a new career as a paramedic. This career in Virginia as a Bristol Lifesaving Crew medic has provided experiences which remind h ...more