SHEPHERDSVILLE - Magistrates had three choices - to fill five vacancies in the Bullitt County Emergency Medical Services, to not fill the positions and face even more overtime hours or to not fill the positions, cut down on overtime and remove an ambulance from coverage during a shift.
When Bullitt Fiscal Court members heard the options, their decision was made much easier.
The court members voted 4-1 to fill the five vacancies, which would help decrease some overtime hours and would keep five ambulances and two paramedic cars on the streets 24/7.
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