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BOSTON WOMAN BEGGED PEERS TO NOT CALL AN AMBULANCE
AN unidentified forty-five year-old Boston woman was brought to the hospital after she was trapped in a five-inch gap while getting off the train. She didn’t want anyone to call an ambulance and an ambulance is something you have to pay for and it is not cheap. The woman was in a lot of pain, but had begged passerbys not to call an ambulance because it simply is too expensive. In 2012, the average ambulance ride, according to the Government Accountability Office, costs anywhere from $224 to $2,204. She agreed, however to go with Emergency Medical Technicians. EMTs found no broken bones, but did want to preform surgery.
JUL. 5, 2018