Morgan Lawrence has worked in the emergency medical services field for over twenty
years in a number of states throughout our country. His experience has spanned rural and metropolitan rescue services. He
is certified in air, ground, and marine rescue. He is a US Navy veteran. After a work related injury in 1986, he left the
field of emergency medicine. Morgan went back to college and received Degree’s in Psychology on the Bachelors and Masters
level with a concentration on forensic psychology. He is currently certified in Acute Trauma Stress Management and contributes
to several trade magazines. He is currently living and working in south Florida. Morgan Lawrence is the author of The
Streets Ran Red.
According to the book description of
The Streets Ran Red, “These are the true life stories of the men and woman I have associated
with in my twenty year career as a Paramedic. While reading this book, you will get to feel and understand some of the pressures
of working the street. The Streets Ran Red is an account of the lives of a pair of deputy sheriff
paramedics and the supporting cast of medical experts who helped them save lives. This is a true account of a group of special
individuals who make up a very special team. The accounts described in this book actually happened and the victims were real.
The names and locations have been changed at the requests of some of the characters.”