Rescue 28 outlines EMS service plan

Representatives of a privately owned start-up ambulance company provided county commissioners with more depth and detail Monday of a potential solution they say offers a local alternative that will save as much as $400,000 in taxpayer money per year while providing the same quality EMS care.
Gerry Picek spoke to the board nearly two months after debuting the local group’s plan, beginning with an announcement that the entity has changed its name. What started out as Neighbors Helping Neighbors has since been renamed Rescue 28.

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