Jan-Care Ambulance sends crews, ambulances to help with Hurricane Florence relief efforts

Raleigh County
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BECKLEY, WV (WVNS) —  A Jan-Care Ambulance team left early Wednesday morning to help with Hurricane Florence relief efforts.  

Director of Operations for Jan-Care Paul Seamann said four crew members and two ambulances left around 3 a.m. and are traveling to A.P. Hill, Virginia. He said they will stay there until the storm hits and will then travel to affected areas in need of help. 

Seamann said Jan-Care is part of a FEMA Strike Team. He said crews with Kanawha County Emergency Ambulance Authority and Logan County Emergency Ambulance Service are also headed South to assist with relief efforts. 

He said in total, there are 11 people, 6 ambulances and a support vehicle from West Virginia headed towards the storm. 

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