County aims to keep first responders free for true emergencies

03/6/2012 | Seattle Times, The

Some nonemergency 9-1-1 calls to King County Emergency Medical Services in Washington state will now be handled by a medical technician who has basic supplies and drives a lightly equipped vehicle. The pilot program in the Seattle area is meant to keep first responders and their equipment free for emergencies.

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