Trumbull EMS receive a donation of pet oxygen kits from the Trumbull Lions Club

“The Trumbull Lions Club in keeping with their commitment of helping the community is proud to donate a pet oxygen mask kit to Trumbull EMS Director Joseph Laucella and the EMT staff.  Losing a pet due to a house fire can be a devastating experience and we at the Trumbull Lions Club want to continue giving our wonderful first responders these valuable pet oxygen mask kits to possibly save our dogs, cats and other small pets during a tragic event. “

“The Trumbull Lions built the original section of EMS building in 1978. It was considered the first free standing EMS building in the country and we look forward to celebrating this milestone with the Trumbull EMS team celebrating their 40th anniversary in their headquarters in 2018.”

Joseph Laucella, Chief of Trumbull EMS states “Trumbull EMS is very grateful for the continued support by the Lions Club. Their support for Trumbull EMS started more than 40 years ago and still continues today. We are truly grateful to all those who have donated and continue to donate to our organization.”

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