Good report from South County EMS
THE RECORDER | By TOM RELIHAN | August 1, 2014
DEERFIELD — Southern Franklin County’s new regional ambulance service has been operational for one month and Chief Zachary Smith, the service’s director, says things are running smoothly so far.
Smith appeared before the town’s Board of Selectmen this week, where he reported on how the new emergency service has fared since it went live on July 1.
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