Scott County Ambulance Service's Jordie Strunk, Jamie Byrd and Jim Reed are pictured with an ambulance full of toys before it departs for Sevier County, Tenn., on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016. (Ben Garrett/IH)

Scott EMS conducts toy drive for Gatlinburg fire victims

Scott County Ambulance Service Director Jim Reed credits the giving spirit of his community for helping fill an ambulance with toys in no time flat. On Thursday, just about 24 hours after Reed and his crew at the ambulance service ...
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Hours of work, thousands of dollars in toys: Scott EMS conducts toy drive for #Gatlinburg fire victims. ihoneida.com/news/local-new…

About 2 days ago from Independent Herald's Twitter via Twitter for Mac


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