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LifeCare Medical Transports in VA Dedicates Newest Ambulance in Remembrance of 9/11

The LifeCare Medical Transports ambulance has graphics on the side of the box that depict September 11, 2001.

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LifeCare Medical Transports is proud to announce its newest ambulance dedicated to the victims and survivors of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The newest advance life support unit was designed to honor and remember all those effected by the events of that day.

On September 11, 2001, LifeCare crews were one of the first EMS units on the scene. LifeCare quickly became the staging area for the Rappahannock EMS Council’s command center. In all, LifeCare had six ambulances on scene and continued to render aid the following day.

This dedicated ambulance is also a symbol of appreciation for all the LifeCare employees as well as all first responders who went above and beyond that day and the following days lending aid to all those who needed it.

“We are honored to be able to present our newest dedicated ambulance in honor and remembrance of those effected by the events of September 11, 2001. The impact of that day is still felt today, and we hope that this truck will symbolize the unity and strength of not only our region, but the nation,” said LifeCare Medical Transports President and CEO Kevin Dillard.

LifeCare Medical Transports is one of Virginia’s largest providers of health care transportation services. It was founded in 1994 by Kevin Dillard and Dan Wildman in Fredericksburg, Virginia. The corporate headquarters is now located in Stafford County, Virginia. The company has stations throughout Virginia serving communities across the commonwealth.