The Colonel has been on the frontlines in NYC
May 23, 2020
While many of the wealthier New Yorkers were escaping the Big Apple in droves during the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Roseau's Colonel Martha Lystad with the U.S. Army Reserve was in the thick of the action.
It wasn't exactly another day at the office where someone needs to be treated for an ingrown toenail or a broken collarbone.
This is life and death.
"I'm a nurse-practitioner in Greenbush," she said by phone on Monday at 11:09 a.m. in Manhattan.
Credit Lt. Col. Val Bernat (U.S. Army retired) for the tip.
"Call her today. It's her only day off," he said on Monday.
Hell, when the old...
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