New Life-Guard 10 Hangar

[[{"fid":"7251","view_mode":"default","type":"media","attributes":{"height":287,"width":384,"class":"media-element file-default"}}]]Carilion Clinic CEO Nancy Agee joined officials from Franklin County, Westlake and Carilion Clinic Patient Transportation to cut the ribbon on Life-Guard 10's new hangar and crew quarters. Life-Guard's new home in the Westlake development means life-saving trauma care is just minutes away by air.  A big "thanks" to all the local reporters who came out for the event. You can watch the television coverage below. 

 

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