Emergency! on display at the Marshall Public Library
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The following is a news release from the city of Pocatello.
POCATELLO — Almost everything you could or would want to know about a hit 1970s television show will be on display at the Marshall Public Library this month.
During the month of January, Library Assistant Colleen Hughes’ personal collection of memorabilia from the show “Emergency!” will be available for the public to view. The display includes photos, memorabilia, and trivia from the influential medical drama.
“The legacy and impact of ‘Emergency!’ can hardly be overstated,” said Hughes. “Emergency! inspired numerous people and communities to practice as well as expand paramedic and Emergency Medical Services throughout the U.S.”
“Emergency!” aired for six seasons and 122 episodes, including six television movies.
The collection is stationed on the second floor of the library through January 31.
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