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Paramedics suffer PTSD in wake of fatal crash


A top paramedic says the fatal crash that claimed the lives of three children and their grandfather north of Toronto has had an unprecedented impact on the well being of first responders.

Iain Park, deputy chief for York Region EMS, says eight of the 15 paramedics who attended the scene of last Sunday's crash in Vaughan, Ont., have taken time off to seek help for post-traumatic stress disorder.

He says that in his 25-year career, he has never seen a single incident affect so many staff members.

Read the full article on MSN News: Paramedics suffer PTSD in wake of fatal crash