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Saratoga Springs public ambulance service earned $500G in first year

Another $350G in fees yet to be collected

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The first year of operation for the city-run ambulance service in Saratoga Springs saw an additional 1,000 emergency medical calls come through the city Fire Department, bringing in more than a half-million dollars in net revenue. The ambulance is being run by the Fire Department, most of whose members are trained as emergency medical technicians. “It’s been a great success,” said city Public Safety Commissioner Chris Matthiesen. The Fire Department began providing the city’s ambulance ...

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February 16, 2013
10:38 a.m.

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what a great oppertunity for schenectady as a money maker