Pulaski County Emergency Medical Services continues to catch up on ambulance repairs. The county commissioners Monday agreed to let Jim Dobson Ford fix an ambulance that hit a deer in mid-July. It will cost more than $4,600.
A Pulaski County EMS ambulance will be getting a new powered stretcher.
EMS Director Bryan Corn told the Pulaski County Commissioners on Monday that the apparatus will be installed in the ambulance that was just repaired after a Christmas accident. He said a claim was made for the replacement and received a couple of quotes.