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Bristol Rescue Squad calls rise 30% in 2 years

THE BRISTOL RESCUE Squad recently added this new ambulance to its fleet. The agency plans to use the vehicle to help respond to increasing demand in the 5-town area.  Photo courtesy of Will Elwell

In August, the agency responded to around 100 calls, the highest monthly total in its history. And this reflects a larger trend within the organization, which has seen its annual call volume increase in recent years. 

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