If you’ve sat in Atlanta traffic, you’ve probably had an ambulance speed past you at some point, lights and sirens blaring. A new book by a former paramedic at Grady Hospital lets readers ride along.
Kevin Hazzard spent a decade driving an ambulance around the city, and he recounts some of his experiences in his memoir “A Thousand Naked Strangers: A Paramedic's Wild Ride to the Edge and Back.”
Producer Myke Johns sat down with Hazzard to talk about the book.
“I’ll never know another city like I know Atlanta,” Hazzard says. “I can’t go anywhere without seeing the ghosts of this job. Those memories pop up on every single street.”