A New Brunswick family is speaking out after they learned a paramedic who responded to their 911 call was trained to do more but couldn’t because of provincial regulation.
Chelsey LeBlanc’s daughter Amelia was 18 months old when she had her first seizure.
“She was turning blue, and then purple, and was convulsing,” LeBlanc said in an interview with Global News.
Paramedics intubated Amelia and put her in the back of the ambulance. Then they told LeBlanc, that was all they could do.