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Topic - Don Lundy
"To roll a fire truck, that's a $400,000 vehicle. That's an awful expensive resource to go out on a single-source call," he said. "A paramedic on a single-source vehicle, they would probably see as more cost efficient."
Don Lundy, president-elect of the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians, said that with fire and EMS departments across the country currently grappling with paramedic shortages or smaller budgets due to the economic downturn, it's important for agencies to think outside the box for a solution.