Ambulance donated to community in Haiti

Members of New Bridges for Haitian Success pose in front of a donated ambulance with local and state elected officials, including Lt. Governor Dan McKee and Lincoln Town Administrator Joseph Almond. The ambulance is being sent to a Haitian community in need. (Breeze photo by Nicole Dotzenrod)

By NICOLE DOTZENROD, Valley Breeze Staff Writer

LINCOLN – A community in Haiti will receive a much-needed emergency response vehicle thanks to the efforts of local municipal and nonprofit leaders who helped secure the donation.

Lt. Gov. Dan McKee made the announcement outside of Lincoln Town Hall on Oct. 3, alongside Town Administrator Joseph Almond and Bernard Georges, founder and CEO of new Bridges for Haitian Success. According to officials, the town worked with the lieutenant governor’s office to facilitate the donation of an ambulance in partnership with Greenwood Emergency Vehicles.