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ER doctor treated teens in Northway crash

Pre-hospital care allows physician to make a difference in lives

Dr. Michael W. Dailey, left, and Dr. Timothy Barcomb, right, pose for a photograph at the Albany Medical Center ambulance bay with their medical response vehicle that is called to serious car accidents like the one two weekends ago involving Shenendehowa students, on Friday, December 14, 2012.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Dr. Michael W. Dailey, left, and Dr. Timothy Barcomb, right, pose for a photograph at the Albany Medical Center ambulance bay with their medical response vehicle that is called to serious car accidents like the one two weekends ago involving Shenendehowa students, on Friday, December 14, 2012.
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Every scene is different. This one was awful, said Dr. Michael Dailey in a near whisper. An SUV flipped over on the Northway, slamming into a tree in the median. Two teenagers were ejected from the vehicle. Two more were trapped inside. Paramedics at the scene recognized quickly that this situation was going to require a physician’s help on the scene. Dailey, director of pre-hospital emergency care, and a fellow Albany Medical Center doctor got ...


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