Oregon Seeks Help After Ambulance Service Leaves Town

By Christie Nicks

Published 06/18 2014 10:10PM

Updated 06/18 2014 10:15PM

OREGON -- A privately owned ambulance service closes up shop in Oregon.

Now city and fire officials are left scrambling for a replacement.

The town doesn't have it's own taxpayer funded ambulances. They're hoping neighboring fire departments can help out while they search for a long term solution.

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