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Story of the Week:

Published: 07.29.2015
The Ambulance: Early Days of Service
By: Robert Tate, Automotive Historian/Researcher
Images: Courtesy of the National Automotive History Collection

Looking back on Americas history of the ambulance and the great service it has provided for our community, you have to go all the way back to the very beginning. This weeks story highlights how medical ambulance services began in this country and how they assisted with war time efforts.

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