An Advocate for Medevac Safety
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An Advocate for Medevac Safety

Flight nurse Erin Reed died on September 29, 2005, when the medical helicopter she was on crashed into the waters of the Puget Sound. Since her death, Erin's sister Stacey Friedman has dedicated herself to advocating for enhanced regulation of the medical helicopter industry.

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