SHEPHERDSVILLE - Those needing assistance from the Bullitt County Emergency Medical Service will be paying a little more.
And those who call EMS but do not need transport to a medical facility will now be paying a flat fee.
Bullitt Fiscal Court unanimously approved the rate hikes and the non-transport fees.
Magistrate David Walker was especially interested in getting some type of fee for those who are using EMS for first aid and immediate care medical attention.
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