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Indiana Town Announces Drastic Cuts to Stay in Black

LAWRENCE, Ind. -- A central Indiana town has said it's out of money for emergency medical care and wants firefighters to make up the difference.

Leaders in Lawrence have announced the city can no longer afford 24 paramedics. The city said the cuts to paramedics will mean the city can start the new year in the black.

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