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This Michigan City Reports its Ambulance Service Sees a Profit

Above, a photo of an Adrian Fire Department Paramedic-Rescue Ambulance, from its Facebook page.

ADRIAN, Mich. – The ambulance service run by the city’s fire department is generating revenue, according to a report.

The Daily Telegram is reporting the service sees an average monthly revenue of around $66,000 a month. Compared to its yearly budget, the service brings in about $40,000 in net revenue a year.

The fire department has 20 firefighter/paramedics on its roster, with two in training and two instructor coordinators.

The service currently operates two ambulances but there are talks to buy a third rig as one is scheduled to be replaced this year.

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