Former Grady Paramedic Goes On Wild Ride In New Memoir
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.”