Creighton EMS Education 5th Annual EMS Competition 2011

Creighton EMS Education 5th Annual EMS Competition 2011

Video Dec 04, 2011

This is a compilation video from the 5th Annual EMS Competition at Creighton EMS Education. Teams came from Flagler County, FL, Broward County, FL, Omaha, NE, Lincoln, NE, Waverly, NE, Nebraska City, NE, Bellevue, NE, and more! Congratulations to all the teams who competed. We look forward to seeing everyone next year! Join us November 16 & 17, 2012. for the 6th Annual Creighton EMS Education EMS Competition.

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