Nelson woman guilty of posing as EMT, husband also has prior conviction of posing as an EMT
The Andrewses received certificates from the N.H. Division of Fire Standards and Training and Emergency Medical Services’ basic transition program in 2005, meaning they completed a week-long EMT refresher course. But prosecutors say there is no record of either ever being a certified EMT.
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