A Kansas City EMT was honored by the Kansas City City Council for his heroic actions on a recent flight.
Two paramedics were placed on administrative leave.
Witnesses claim the ambulance only had its lights on and not its sirens. EMSA says that's not true.
It spent 16 million dollars on overtime in a three-year period.
Water provided to them from fire hydrants made them sick.
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