Green Bay City Council approves ambulance price hike

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GREEN BAY, Wis. – Green Bay and Allouez residents will now be spending more on ambulance rides to the hospital after the Green Bay City Council approved the proposal to make costs equal for patients in the two cities, as well as raise the service by one hundred and seven dollars.

The Green Bay Metro Fire Department says that they have to keep up with their service’s expenses, which is why the price hike was made. However, those who cannot afford to pay the ambulance bill can claim “hardship” on a form at the fire department and may be able to have their bill forgiven based on their individual circumstances.

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