NYC opens $1.4M EMS station

01/8/2013 | Daily News (New York)

The New York City Fire Department cut the ribbon on a 7,000-square-foot emergency medical service station in Washington Heights that officials say will improve response time in upper Manhattan. The site contains a vehicle supply area, a decontamination bay and an area for basic and advanced life support. The station comprises modular trailers, but the Fire Department is seeking additional funding to make it permanent.

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