An EMSA paramedic who died after fighting COVID-19 will be laid to rest on Tuesday and her co-workers are honoring her memory in a special way.
EMSA officials said that the processional for Debbie Rusher will start in front of the EMSA headquarters at 10:30 a.m.
The processional will travel from Tulsa to Okmulgee, where Rusher’s family will hold a private funeral service.
Rusher died just after Christmas after spending several weeks in the hospital fighting COVID-19.
Rusher worked at EMSA for more than 20 years and her co-workers said she was one of those special paramedics who everyone knew and loved.
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