Man billed for ambulance that arrived too late

A Washington, D.C. man is speaking out about a $780 bill he received for an ambulance that arrived too late to save his father’s life.
Oklahoman Published: February 12, 2013

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A Washington, D.C. man is speaking out about a $780 bill he received for an ambulance that arrived too late to save his father’s life.

NBCWashington.com reports that Durand Ford Jr. said his 71-year-old father died while waiting more than 30 minutes for the ambulance to arrive on Jan. 1.



“I feel angry. Upset,” Ford said. “I’m disturbed that we even received this bill.”

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