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Montgomery EMS among finalists for Land Rover award

Matthew and Brian Passner check out the ambulance along with members of the Jamesburg First Aid Squad during the Jamesburg Police Department's National Night Out event, held at the Jamesburg Fire Department building on Aug. 6.

Montgomery Emergency Medical Services was named a finalist among first responder organizations in the Land Rover Defender Above and Beyond Service Awards.

The Belle Mead non-profit was recognized for its work providing emergency medical care to the 23,000 residents of Montgomery Township, and standbys at fire scenes, sports games, and other community events, according to information provided by Land Rover.

Inspired by the endless acts of service across the U.S. from extraordinary citizens this past year, Land Rover launched the Defender Above & Beyond Service Awards to celebrate U.S.-based charitable organizations that are making a positive impact in their local community.

To honor the 70-year history of the brand, Land Rover will award a specially outfitted New Defender SUV to seven organizations to help further their charitable efforts.

Public voting is open through June 28 on LandRoverUSA.com.

The winners for all seven categories will be announced on Sept. 2.

For information on the Land Rover awards visit LandRoverUSA.com or follow @LandRoverUSA on FacebookInstagram or Twitter.

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