Paramedics continue to cycle out of the Pulaski County EMS department which leaves the department shorthanded.
Brandon DeLorenzo from Pulaski County EMS told the commissioners this week that they are still working on getting paramedics at the department and to keep them there. Paramedics are in high demand and in desperate need at the Pulaski County facility.
DeLorenzo also noted that he will be calling area hospitals to get more business as well. They hope to get the third ambulance in service.
Commission President Larry Brady questioned if legal action could still be taken to recoup revenue lost from the ambulance lost in the fire. The county’s insurance agent will be looking into the matter.