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Report: 3 Ambulances Could Have Helped D.C. Officer

District of Columbia officials say there were three city fire department ambulances that could have transported a seriously injured police officer who had to wait 15 minutes for an ambulance from Prince George’s County.


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DC Officials Still Investigating Ambulance Absence

District of Columbia officials are continuing to investigate whether some fire department rescue services were inappropriately out of service at a time when a police officer was seriously injured in a hit-and-run crash, Deputy Mayor Paul Quander said Friday.


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D.C. Councilmember Calls for Hearing on Ambulance Response Time

The chairman of the D.C. Council’s public safety committee plans to call top fire department officials in for a hearing to explain why no city ambulances were available to help an injured police officer this week.


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No Ambulances Available for DC Cop Struck By Car

A District of Columbia police officer seriously injured in a hit-and-run crash had to wait at least 15 minutes for an ambulance from Prince George’s County because none were available in Washington.


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Ambulance Shake Up in D.C.: Cuts to Overnight Service Proposed

D.C. fire officials are proposing a change to ambulance shifts that would remove 14 advanced life-support vehicles from service during overnight hours.




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