North Baltimore officials plan to examine the village’s ambulance services. The Courier reports the issue was called into the question this week, when council members read a letter from a resident who said there was no local response to someone who was having a heart attack recently. Help eventually arrived in the form of Hanco Ambulance.
Council members say they’ve been looking for ways to boost the ranks of emergency medical technicians to cover all shifts. Council is expected to hold public meetings on the topic in 2014.
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