Kevin Grange’s new memoir is now out.
Lights and Sirens is an authentic, compelling narrative of Grange’s journey through UCLA paramedic school and field internship on Los Angeles’s dangerous streets as he trains to save the lives of victims of heart attack, stroke and trauma. Grange is an excellent writer who does a great service to his new profession in conveying not just the accurate details and heart-pounding excitement of the job, but also revealing the essential compassion of the truest caregivers. Lights and Sirens is a book to be appreciated by both the general public and the fire and emergency medical services community.
Here is a link to Grange’s web site.
Lights and Sirens can also be ordered from Amazon at this link:
I’ll have more to comment about the book later this week, but for now, check out this video.