For Leah Levine, the arrival of an ambulance is a dream come true.
“I feel like I’m dreaming. This has been such a life-long dream of ours,” she said.
Levine helps lead the volunteer emergency technician group Ezras Nashim in Borough Park, Brooklyn.
“Nashim is women and Ezras means the help of, to help women,” she explained.
It’s the first all-women EMT team to provide emergency medical care in the Orthodox Hassidic community, which has a tradition of gender separation.
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