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City of Bethlehem Receives a New Ambulance

On August 7th, the City accepted its newest EMS vehicle to replace a 2009 vehicle with 110,000 miles on it. EMS responds to approximately 12,000 calls per year.

The vehicle was purchased for 147,000 dollars using funds from the 2019 Bond. We are proud to present this new EMS vehicle - a 2019 Ford E-350 Ambulance.