Byline: William Jones; 1970-09-19; The Chicago Tribune; pages IA 19
"Mid-America Ambulance Co. deserted a victim of what apparently was a heart attack as he lay gasping on the floor of a North Side apartment because the man could not pay cash on the spot, a deputy city license commisioner was told yesterday. The testimony came during license revocation hearings against three ambulance firms named in a TRIBUNE series last June. The city filed 22 charges against the companies based on information uncovered during a two month investigation by the newspaper and the Better Government Association. . ."
Description:An article based on testimony was given during hearings against three ambulance firms called as a result of Tribune's reporting on them.
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