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Saturday, April 12, 2014 8:00 PM

DEAR EDITOR:

In October, I had surgery. I was home two days and my husband went to get my medication from the pharmacy. He brought some hamburgers home. I didn’t want to eat but I did eat it. Tom Fell asleep on the couch and when he woke up, he asked if I was OK. It looked like I may have had a stroke.

Tom called the Delphos EMS right away. They were coming back from another run but one person showed up first. They got the blood sugar reading of 48 and then tried all the way to St. Rita’s to get a line. My veins had collapsed and they were giving me oral medications.

When we got to the hospital, the team was waiting and got a line started. My blood sugar then was 30.

Several doctors told us that I would have died.

I thank all of you on the Delphos EMS. You are so needed by the citizens of Delphos and were so comforting and caring to Tom and me.

Thank you. God be with you always.

Bobbie and Tom Kohorst

 

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