Calif. city council authorizes end of ambulance service

12/6/2012 | Ukiah Daily Journal (Calif.), The

The Ukiah, Calif., City Council unanimously approved a plan for the Fire Department to stop ambulance service. Instead, paramedics would respond in a fire engine, which has the same life-saving tools as an ambulance. The city's public-safety director, who is also the police chief, says the city can no longer afford to deploy an ambulance and a fire engine in an emergency.

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