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Fulton County ambulance workers quit

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After 20 employees of the Ambulance Service of Fulton County walked off the job in protest at 6 p.m. Tuesday, leaving Gloversville Mayor Dayton King to try to pick up the pieces and decide what to do to maintain ambulance coverage. “I am just hoping we can have consistency,” he said. According to Tobin Cash, president of the ambulance’s board of directors, the employees walked out due to problems that had been brewing since January, ...


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