Chief Andrew Coccaro works at his desk on Thursday in the Tarboro station of the Edgecombe County Rescue Squad.  Coccaro took over as chief of the Edgecombe County Rescue Squad in November.
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Chief Andrew Coccaro works at his desk on Thursday in the Tarboro station of the Edgecombe County Rescue Squad. Coccaro took over as chief of the Edgecombe County Rescue Squad in November.

New chief emphasizes on-scene aid

By Darla Slipke

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TARBORO – Serving a more rural county shouldn’t stop the Edgecombe County Rescue Squad from providing high-quality care that rivals the care provided by larger, more urban systems like Wake County or Charlotte. At least that’s what Chief Andrew Coccaro believes.

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