EMTS is an answer for the NYT Crossword puzzle. Here you can get the history and usage for EMTS in NYT Crossword from 1994.

This "EMTS" answer was first appeared in "15 Sep 1994" NYT Crossword for the hint of "C.P.R. specialists (4)". It was authored by Fred Piscop. Recently, the "EMTS" answer has been used for "16 Oct 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "911 responders, in brief". It was authored by Michael Lieberman and Andrea Carla Michaels. In the NYT Crossword, this answer has been used most frequently for the hint: "CPR experts (9)". "EMTS" appeared 86 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "EMTS" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
16 Oct 2023 30D 911 responders, in brief Michael Lieberman and Andrea Carla Michaels
22 Sep 2023 44D CPR experts Rafael Musa and Michael Lieberman
14 Aug 2023 37D CPR experts Simon Marotte and Trenton Lee Stewart
13 May 2023 30D CPR performers Spencer Leach
23 Apr 2023 88D Many front-line workers, in brief Katie Hale and Scott Hogan
15 Jan 2023 55D Some F.D.N.Y. pros Michael Schlossberg
12 Jan 2023 57D CPR specialists Grant Thackray
23 Nov 2022 64A Some 911 call respondents, in brief Erica Hsiung Wojcik and Matthew Stock
19 Aug 2022 47D Many fire dept. members, by training Patrick John Duggan
21 Jun 2022 67A CPR specialists Alex Eaton-Salners
13 Jun 2022 35A Ambulance specialists, in brief Hoang-Kim Vu and Jessica Zetzman
30 Jun 2021 46A Some first responders, in brief Christopher Adams and Adam Aaronson
8 Nov 2020 107D Lifesavers, for short Evan Kalish and Caitlin Reid
1 Nov 2020 27A CPR experts Julian Lim
9 Sep 2020 7D First responders, for short Jakob Weisblat
2 Jun 2020 34D Some workers on standby, for short John Guzzetta
25 May 2020 31A Ambulance workers, in brief Andrea Carla Michaels and Victor Barocas
28 Apr 2020 59A Some volunteers at music festivals, for short Joel Fagliano
27 Apr 2020 70A CPR specialists Ed Sessa
22 Apr 2020 69A Revivalists, for short? Jules Markey
23 Mar 2020 55D CPR experts Ed Sessa
4 Jan 2020 3D Experts in 41-Across Adam Aaronson
1 Dec 2019 105A Defibrillator pros Patrick Merrell
10 Oct 2019 49D CPR givers Tracy Gray
3 Aug 2019 20A Some legal speeders, briefly Ryan McCarty
1 Dec 2018 55D Crew at a big accident Ryan McCarty
26 Nov 2018 45A Ambulance crew, for short Evan Kalish
30 Sep 2018 108D Grp. with a saving plan? Natan Last
16 Aug 2018 20A Revivalists, for short? Alan Arbesfeld
4 Nov 2017 19A They may respond for the unresponsive, for short Michael Shteyman
24 Oct 2016 43A CPR experts John Guzzetta
14 May 2016 52A Revival V.I.P.s, perhaps Jeff Chen
5 Feb 2016 12D They might work at a revival, for short Mary Lou Guizzo
22 Dec 2015 14D Ambulance workers, for short Tom McCoy
31 Oct 2015 22A Accident figures, for short Peter Wentz
20 Aug 2015 62D Producers of many revivals, for short Jules P. Markey
19 Aug 2015 69A Trauma experts, briefly Timothy Polin
1 May 2015 1D Lifesavers, briefly David Steinberg
23 Jan 2015 59D Triage pros Ed Sessa
25 Oct 2014 51D Some N.F.L. workers Patrick Blindauer
20 Jun 2014 48D Some paddle wielders, briefly Martin Ashwood-Smith
9 Mar 2014 49D Defib team Brendan Emmett Quigley
11 Jan 2014 55D Drs. often take over for them Martin Ashwood-Smith
20 Oct 2013 143D CPR experts Elizabeth C. Gorski
13 Apr 2013 35D Crew at a pileup Martin Ashwood-Smith
27 Jan 2013 91A First responders, for short Jeff Chen
30 Sep 2012 9D 911 V.I.P.’s Elayne Cantor and Victor Fleming
6 May 2012 104D CPR pros Alex Vratsanos
29 Oct 2011 48A Pack of lifesavers? Barry C. Silk
20 Oct 2011 51D First-aid experts, briefly Patrick Berry
11 Aug 2011 10A Ones trying to increase circulation, for short? Parker Lewis
31 Jan 2011 18D Ones dispatched by 911 calls Andrea Carla Michaels
25 Jul 2010 115D CPR experts Alan Arbesfeld
8 Aug 2009 48A Figures at a pileup Karen M. Tracey
9 Jul 2009 9D CPR experts Ashish Vengsarkar
25 Feb 2009 13D Rescue crew, briefly Kelly Browder
2 Aug 2008 50D Rescue team, briefly Karen M. Tracey
29 Feb 2008 12D Lifesavers, for short Patrick Berry
20 Dec 2007 7D Experts at CPR Peter A. Collins
16 Jun 2007 21A Defibrillator users, for short Joe DiPietro
14 Jun 2007 36D 911 responders Donna Hoke Kahwaty
26 Apr 2007 29A CPR experts Mike Nothnagel
9 Apr 2006 132D CPR pros Paula Gamache
11 Mar 2006 22A Many are trained in childbirth: Abbr. David Quarfoot
21 Feb 2006 1A Ones called to an accident, briefly Lisa Wiseman
3 Nov 2005 64A CPR deliverers Byron Walden
19 Feb 2005 18A Legal speeders, for short Brad Wilber
5 Dec 2004 59A 911 responders, for short David J. Kahn
24 Mar 2004 65A Trauma team: Abbr. Norma Johnson
2 Jan 2004 62A Some lifesavers Sherry O. Blackard
28 Dec 2003 73A CPR administrators Seth A. Abel
5 Sep 2003 8D 911 responders: Abbr. Manny Nosowsky
16 Feb 2003 44A Important people on the scene, for short Charles M. Deber
17 Jun 2002 54D Ambulance grp. Janice M. Putney
30 Apr 2002 59D CPR pros John F. Hughes
12 May 2001 4D Life-saving team Michael Shteyman
30 Jun 2000 14D CPR pros Martin Ashwood-Smith
11 Jun 2000 113D Stretcher carriers, briefly Nelson Hardy
1 Feb 2000 34D C.P.R. givers A. J. Santora
29 Jan 2000 51A People who do chest-thumping, for short Rich Norris
24 Oct 1999 46D Ambulance staffers: Abbr. Nancy Salomon
3 May 1999 35A Ambulance personnel, for short Nancy Kavanaugh
22 Aug 1997 41D “Chicago Hope” extras, familiarly Frank Longo
23 May 1997 45D CPR pros Martin Ashwood-Smith
3 Oct 1994 8D 911 responders: Abbr. Stanley Newman
15 Sep 1994 38D C.P.R. specialists Fred Piscop

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