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Topic - David E. Rosenbaum
D.C. officials on Tuesday announced improvements to the fire department that include the purchase of 30 new ambulances, the ongoing training of 60 firefighter recruits and the hiring of nine paramedics.
"I fear it is backsliding and there are now more problems than there were a couple of years ago," Mr. Rosenbaum said.