Another ambulance-versus-deer crash will mean a repair bill of almost $10,000 for Pulaski County Emergency Medical Services. It happened the day before Thanksgiving, according to EMS Director Bryan Corn. He told the county commissioners Monday that the ambulance was on its way to a 911 call, when it hit the deer.
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 recently repaired from a Christmas accident was in another accident last week.
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.