Superior cites economy as reason for cutback

NORWICH – Tuesday morning, Superior Ambulance announced it would be significantly downsizing its Norwich operation due to the current business climate – a move that local fire officials say will jam-up municipal departments with a bulk of added calls.



“Superior Ambulance has been providing emergency medical service to Chenango County for the past 11 years and we remain committed to continuing this service at an adjusted level,” states a Jan. 24 press release from Superior. “Unfortunately, because of the current business climate in Chenango County, and specifically in the City of Norwich, we cannot continue to base three EMS vehicles at Norwich Ambulance headquarters.”


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