Office of Emergency Medical Services could see changes following Tracy Morgan accident

NTSB says the emergency response to the crash was riddled with missteps and lacked oversight.

NTSB says the emergency response to the crash was riddled with missteps and lacked oversight. (8/13/15)

EDISON - The crash that severely injured comedian Tracy Morgan and killed one of his friends could lead to changes to New Jersey's Office of Emergency Medical Services.

The National Transportation Safety Board says the emergency response to the 2014 New Jersey Turnpike crash was riddled with missteps and lacked oversight.

State Sen. Joe Vitale is pushing for additional training standards for all first responders.

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