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Eurobodalla SES crews on hand at life's worst moments - Bay Post Moruya Examiner

by By Josh Gidney | July 29, 2014

Many believe the State Emergency Service is just there to cover roofs and cut up storm-felled trees, but volunteers at last week’s tragic car crash near Moruya proved otherwise.

Nine Moruya volunteers helped a Moruya Fire and Rescue crew free a woman from her car, so paramedics could help her.

“We have had a road-crash rescue capability since we started 35 years ago,” unit controller Peter Collins said.

Mr Collins said attending crashes “doesn’t suit everybody,” especially given their volunteer status.

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