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The majority of District of Columbia ambulances needing repairs to air-conditioning units during a July heat wave were returned to service within hours.  A shortage of ambulances that can be put into service has led the District to do some outsourcing to cover special events, such as sporting events, however, at a cost to the city. (Andrew S. Geraci, The Washington Times)

The majority of District of Columbia ambulances needing repairs to air-conditioning units during a July heat wave were returned to service within hours. A shortage of ambulances that can be put into service has led the District to do some outsourcing to cover special events, such as sporting events, however, at a cost to the city. (Andrew S. Geraci, The Washington Times)

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