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Fulton County EMS Didn't Collect $780,000 in Billing

WAUSEON, Ohio -- Up to $780,000 is at stake for Fulton County in an ongoing investigation of medical billing problems in its emergency services agencies, county Administrator Vond Hall said.

The county has discovered 5,595 outstanding medical bills for emergency medical service runs dating back to 2005, Mr. Hall said.

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