THE AMBULNZ FAMILY IS DEVASTATED BY THE
LOSS OF COLORADO PARAMEDIC, PAUL CARY
Paul Cary was part of Ambulnz’s State of New York COVID Response team who volunteered for assignment at the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City. Paul’s career is best defined by his kindness and service to others during his time as a Paramedic at Ambulnz, and before that as a Firefighter/Paramedic of more than 30 years with the Aurora, Colorado Fire Department.
“Paul Cary, 66, left Colorado Springs with colleagues from the national ambulance company Ambulnz and began working in New York on April 1″, said Colorado Governor Polis. “Cary contracted coronavirus during his work in New York, and died from Covid-19 on April 30. His body was brought back to Colorado on Sunday, May 3”.
“He risked his own health and safety to protect others and left this world a better place,” Cary family’s statement read. “We are at peace knowing that Paul did what he loved and what he believed in, right up until the very end.”
Paul made the ultimate sacrifice for his country and will forever be remembered as extremely dependable and completely devoted to his work.