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The High Fuel Costs of Saving Lives

Tuesday, April 26, 2011


WISN ABC12 Milwaukee - Bell Ambulance drivers are used to dealing with life and death situations but these days it's often a trip to the gas station that's shocking, an average fill-up costs between $100 and $150.

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