Del. ambulance co. fees to rise in new year
Officials say the $44 to $53 increase is a response to a surge in emergency calls and the need for a third ambulance
The Associated Press
FENWICK ISLAND, Del. — Property owners in communities served by the Bethany Beach Volunteer Fire Company will see their ambulance fee go up in the new year.
The Daily Times reports that the communities recently approved an increase in the emergency medical service fee from $44 to $53.
The company's district covers towns along the coast between the Maryland border and the Indian River Inlet Bridge. It also includes towns and unincorporated areas west of the Assawoman Canal.
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