By Mahem Abedi, Global News
Natalie Harris still misses being a paramedic.
She craves the gratification that comes from saving a life. The connection formed by holding a patient’s hand at the back of an ambulance as sirens sound off.
The Barrie, Ont. woman hasn’t worked as a paramedic in more than a year — since she was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
“I miss it still every single day. I miss putting on my uniform,” she told Global News.
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