Miss. EMS agency fires 2 employees amid narcotics investigation
The company said it is cooperating with a Mississippi bureau of narcotics inquiry
By Leila Merrill
Booneville, Miss. — Priority Ambulance said it is cooperating with a Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics investigation in Booneville and has fired two employees, WTVA reported Wednesday.
In a statement provided to the TV station, the ambulance services company, which operates in 13 states according to its website, said that it began an internal investigation regarding two former employees last week. Both employees, an operations manager and supervisor, were terminated, and the investigation is ongoing.
Priority Ambulance said it has “notified the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics and is fully cooperating with their investigation.”