City Hall in Hawaii lights up to commemorate National Emergency Medical Services Week

  • Source: KITV ABC 4 Honolulu
  • Published: 05/16/2022 12:00 AM

Under the direction of Mayor Rick Blangiardi, the Honolulu Hale will light up this week to commemorate National Emergency Medical Services (EMS) week. The Hale will be lit up in the colors of the city’s ambulances (orange, blue, and white) from sunset on Sunday May, 15 to sunrise on Saturday, May, 21. With this year’s theme being “EMS: Rising to the Challenge,” to thank the professionals at EMS for their outstanding service. “I continue to be impressed with our City Emergency Medical Services heroes for their tireless service and dedication to serving the public,” said Mayor Blangiardi. “Their commitment is nothing short of truly remarkable. I hope you will join us in celebrating the 47th Annual National Emergency Medical Services Week, a week that acknowledges the dedicated, determined, courageous individuals who respond to more than 100,000 emergency medical calls on O‘ahu annually. Thank you to our heroes at EMS for consistently Rising to the Challenge as the primary emergency medical responder, responsible for providing treatment and transport to one million residents and millions of visitors.”


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