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Town approves new ambulance purchase

The new ambulance will replace a 1996 model


By Jim Krencik
The Journal-Register

MEDINA, N.Y. — The Medina Fire Department’s ambulance fleet will rapidly modernize due to a purchase authorized by the village board Monday.

The board unanimously approved a $118,760 bid for a model year 2013 ambulance from Gorman Emergency Vehicles of Elma, which offered a $12,000 trade-in for the MFD’s 1996 ambulance.

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