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D.C. Police, Firefighters Unions Outraged after Ambulance Wait

WASHINGTON -- The D.C. police and firefighters unions are lashing out at what they call inexcusably long response times for ambulances.

The outrage comes after a Metropolitan police officer had to wait 20 minutes for an ambulance Tuesday night after sustaining serious injuries in a hit-and-run accident.

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