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Acadian Ambulance has strong relationships with fellow first responder agencies throughout its service area, especially volunteer agencies in more rural areas.

As part of its commitment to supporting these agencies, Acadian Ambulance donated an automatic external defibrillator (AED) to the Loreauville Volunteer Fire Department. The device will assist the volunteer firefighters when responding to medical calls.

Members of Acadian’s Hub City operations team presented the AED to the volunteer fire department in a presentation on Tuesday, February 15, at the Loreauville City Hall.

“The Loreauville Volunteer Fire Department has been a valuable asset to our operations and to the community as a whole. We’re happy to be able to provide them with a brand new AED that will undoubtedly benefit the residents of Loreauville,” said Acadian Ambulance Regional Vice President Troy Guidry.


LVFD FF/EMR Taylor Habetz, LVFD Captain Damien Hebert, LVFD Engineer Brad Courville LVFD Engineer Michael Mire, Loreauville Mayor Brad Clifton, Acadian Hub City OM Stephen Olivier, LVFD Chief Yohannes Berard, LVFD Assistant Chief and National EMS Academy Instructor/Paramedic Cameron Comeaux, Acadian Liaison/Paramedic Shane Crochet, Acadian Regional VP Troy Guidry, Acadian Hub City Iberia OS Jimmy Dupuy