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Gold Cross Ambulance Employees Sue Mayo Clinic

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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Wisconsin City Council Turns Over EMS to Hospital

Vote in Platteville transfers control of EMS to Southwest health Center.

21 People Rescued From Drifting Houseboat in Texas

Austin-Travis County EMS said none of the occupants were injured.

Austin-Travis County EMS Honored with Mission: Lifeline Gold Award

AHA award recognizes successful implementation of quality improvement measures.

Construction Worker injured in fall at Maine Water Treatment Plant

Firefighters had to cut through reinforcing bar to access the patient.

Wisconsin Council Votes on Ambulance Service Change

Vote could move responsibility of EMS delivery to area hospital.

Ohio Law Would Allow EMTs to Treat Injured Animals

Proposed bill would not allow people to call 911 for pets.

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