Firefighter/paramedic James Praria sat inside a new ambulance on Thursday after a news conference to announce the purchase of four new ambulances, five new fire engines and two ladder trucks.
Firefighter/paramedic James Praria sat inside a new ambulance on Thursday after a news conference to announce the purchase of four new ambulances, five new fire engines and two ladder trucks. Herald-Leader
Firefighter/paramedic James Praria sat inside a new ambulance on Thursday after a news conference to announce the purchase of four new ambulances, five new fire engines and two ladder trucks. Herald-Leader

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