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Gold Cross Ambulance Employees Sue Mayo Clinic


 
 

Janice Gregorson | | Friday, December 12, 2008


ROCHESTER, Minn. -- Two veteran Gold Cross ambulance employees claim their manager has retaliated against them for providing sworn testimony in support of a former co-worker after he filed a lawsuit in federal court.

The latest lawsuits were filed in U.S. District Court by Mike Amendola, a 14-year employee with Gold Cross, and by Roger Swor, who is a paramedic shift captain. Both work in Duluth. Swor has worked for Gold Cross for 31 years.

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