Last edited by Partisan; 02-21-10 at 04:04 PM.
No, we definitely figured that out already.
One of you will end up here next!
It is not like most people are looking to need to call 911. Things happen. What about someone having chest pains who needs to call? I doubt that person wanted to have a heart attack.
I do not even feel this should be legal and guess what? When someone cannot afford to call 911 and they die? Their family has ever right to sue.
~Following My Own Flow~
In my hometown, we have a volunteer rescue squad, but the City Council got into it and started charging every time the ambulance was called out for an emergency. The way it works, if you have hospitalization, you have to pay for the ambulance call, but if you don't have hospitalization, you don't have to pay. Now, what's fair about that? It sure has put a hurting on the volunteer rescue squad donations, too.
Edit: Where I live, amberlamp service is free (part of our county taxes). Yay me!
Last edited by Glinda; 02-22-10 at 11:27 AM.