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'I Hear The Agony': Coronavirus Crisis Takes Toll On NYC's First Responders

NPR Thursday, 23 April 2020
For weeks, paramedics and EMTs in New York City have been struggling to respond to a high number of 911 calls during the coronavirus pandemic. More first responders are getting sick themselves.
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