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County raises questions about EMS proposal

May 4, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — A proposal to change gears with the Whitley County Emergency Medical Service received its second audience in as many days Tuesday and will have its fate possibly decided before the end of the week.
Jim Freeman, president of Ambulance Billing Services, Inc. of Elkhart, presented a plan to the Whitley County Council that would create a new EMS service under complete county control.
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