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Members of the Frederick community determined they could no longer guarantee 24/7 response with the EMTs available, and so they gave up their license. Here, Cole Adema, director of the Frederick Area Ambulance, explains some options. Photo by Heidi Marttila-Losure
Members of the Frederick community determined they could no longer guarantee 24/7 response with the EMTs available, and so they gave up their license. Here, Cole Adema, director of the Frederick Area Ambulance, explains some options. Photo by Heidi Marttila-Losure

Members of the Frederick community determined they could no longer guarantee 24/7 response with the EMTs available, and so they gave up their license. Here, Cole Adema, director of the Frederick Area Ambulance, explains some options. Photo by Heidi Marttila-Losure

Members of the Frederick community determined they could no longer guarantee 24/7 response with the EMTs available, and so they gave up their license. Here, Cole Adema, director of the Frederick Area Ambulance, explains some options. Photo by Heidi Marttila-Losure

Members of the Frederick community determined they could no longer guarantee 24/7 response with the EMTs available, and so they gave up their license. Here, Cole Adema, director of the Frederick Area Ambulance, explains some options. Photo by Heidi Marttila-Losure

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