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D.C. Councilman Reports “No Confidence” in Ambulance Re-deployment Plan

Report says fire chief’s plan could have serious consequences for public safety

Friday, June 28, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC (MyFoxDC) - The D.C. Fire Department's plan to put more ambulances on the street during peak demand times has been dealt a major setback. Tommy Wells, the chairman of the D.C. City Council's Judiciary Committee, says in a written report he has "no confidence" the department can make it work with its current staffing and fleet.

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