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Hospital in Miss. Sues Ambulance Company over Diverted Patients

HATTIESBURG, Miss. -- A lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court by Wesley Medical Center alleges improper practices by AAA Ambulance that have denied local residents a choice in treatment.

In the lawsuit filed against Wade Spruill, CEO of AAA Ambulance, and Forrest General Hospital, Wesley officials seek to halt what they deem improper patient transport.

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