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Replacing An Ambulance With A Station Wagon
National Public Radio

When a fire department gets a call for medical help, most of them scramble both an ambulance and a fully staffed fire truck. But that’s way more than most people need, according to Rick Lewis, chief of emergency medical services at South Metro Fire Rescue Authority in the Denver suburbs. “It’s not the prairie and the Old West anymore, where you have to be missing a limb to go to the hospital,” Lewis says, “Now it’s a sore throat or one day of cold or flu season sometimes, and that can be frustrating for people, I know it is.”

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