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    Nathaniel Lombardi transports a patient from the ambulance to Augusta Center for Health on May 21.

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    Nathaniel Lombardi, an advanced EMT with Delta Ambulance, delivers a patient to Augusta Health Center on May 21.

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    Nathaniel Lombardi, an advanced EMT, laughs with partner Rebecca Quinn, paramedic, while watching videos on his phone as she completes patient charts in the crew room at Delta Ambulance base in Waterville on July 11. Lombardi was partners with Damian Brockway, who left for another job as a paramedic at a different agency. It's commonplace for field practitioners to move around from agency to agency.

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    Rebecca Quinn, paramedic, right, fills out her charts as her partner Nathaniel Lombardi, an advanced EMT, center, trains a new hire, basic EMT Chris Wildes at Delta Ambulance in Waterville on Aug. 23. Lombardi, the field training officer, instructs Wildes on how to use the child restraint system.

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    Paramedic Rebecca Quinn finds a moment to catch up on sleep during a 12-hour shift July 20 in Waterville. The call volume was down about 30%, according to Delta Ambulance, and the time in between calls could be longer than usual this past summer due to the pandemic.

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    Aaron Gordon prepares to get some sleep May 7 in the quiet crew room at the Delta Ambulance base in Waterville. Gordon has since left Delta for another job at South Portland fire department.

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    Nathaniel Lombardi walks the dog of a patient during an emergency visit for a lift-assist Thursday in Fairfield.

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    Rebecca Quinn, a paramedic with Delta Ambulance, works on her patient charts from a previous call April 27 as she sits in the back of truck 3 at Delta base in Waterville.

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    Rebecca Quinn hops out of truck 3 to fill the tank as she and partner Nathaniel Lombardi work a 24-hour shift July 29 in Waterville.

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    Nathaniel Lombardi, an advanced emergency medical technician, tends to a patient in the back of the ambulance July 29 during a home transport from the hospital.

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    Nathaniel Lombardi, an advanced EMT, tends to a patient in the back of the ambulance July 29 during a home transport from the hospital.

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    Dan Mayotte, a supervisor at Delta Ambulance, pulls another shift in dispatch Oct. 31 due to short staffing issues plaguing EMS services nationwide.

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    Corie McCarthy releases some stress May 25 as she plays her ukulele in the garage as Mike Monck, a paramedic, heads to clean his ambulance. Finding moments in between the madness of calls is incredibly important. It provides a time to clear one's head and stay prepared for the next call.

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    Nathaniel Lombardi fills out a patient's chart Oct. 8 while transporting her to the hospital in Augusta.

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    Paramedic Damian Brockway checks the vital signs of a patient on a 911 call May 5 in Waterville. Like many EMS workers in the business, moving around to agencies is normal. Brockway left Delta to take a new job as one of the paramedics covering the Jackman area.

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    Nathaniel Lombardi decontaminates the ambulance following a July 11 call as his partner, paramedic Rebecca Quinn, takes care of the patient charts back at Delta base in Waterville.

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    Nathaniel Lombardi, far left, and Chris Wildes, center, a Delta Ambulance trainee, assist Waterville Fire Department personnel carry a patient from the river to the ambulance on Aug. 23.

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    Delta paramedic Rebecca Quinn walks a patient from her third floor apartment to the ambulance for treatment during a 911 call Tuesday in Fairfield.

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    Delta paramedic Rebecca Quinn inspects a vacant home with her partner, Nathaniel Lombardi, for a patient who activated the life alert call on Tuesday. No one was found at the residence, possibly due to an address change.

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    Nathaniel Lombardi places a heart monitor on a baby's foot Sept. 9 as his partner, Rebecca Quinn, helps steady the baby's foot in Belgrade.

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    Nathaniel Lombardi adjusts a patient on the stretcher in benton as she is loaded into the ambulance May 1 en route to the hospital.

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    Corie McCarthy, a paramedic with Delta Ambulance, treats a patient Tuesday during a transfer from Inland Hospital to Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor.

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    Rebecca Quinn, a paramedic with Delta Ambulance, assesses a patient as she looks for a spot to place an IV during a July 11 call that warranted personal protective equipment to protect against possible COVID-19 exposure.

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    Rebecca Quinn helps entertain a young child during a 911 emergency call Sept. 9 in Belgrade.

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    Nathaniel Lombardi, an advanced EMT with Delta Ambulance, center, negotiates a patient on a stretcher through the switchbacks of a ramp May 28 with help from partner Rebecca Quinn, a paramedic, far left, and Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department first responders.

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    Corie McCarthy, a paramedic with Delta Ambulance, treats a patient Tuesday during a transfer from Inland Hospital to Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor.

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    Corie McCarthy, a paramedic with Delta Ambulance, treats a patient Tuesday during a transfer from Inland Hospital to Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor.

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    Corie McCarthy, a paramedic with Delta Ambulance, treats a patient Tuesday during a transfer from Inland Hospital to Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor.

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