Ohio fire division wants cut of cash from EMS rides
The program is generating more money than expected, and EMS crews want the cut they say they were promised
By Suzanne Hoholik
The Columbus Dispatch (Ohio)
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Columbus has collected almost $69 million over the seven years the city has charged patients for ambulance rides to the hospital.
The program is generating more money than expected, and EMS crews want the cut they say they were promised to buy high-tech medicines and medical equipment.
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