Baltimore's stadiums charged less for ambulance service than citizens

Baltimore City officials approved a new contract Wednesday to provide emergency medical services support during Orioles and Ravens games and other big stadium events. But it sparked debate about whether the stadiums are getting a better deal than citizens when they need an ambulance. This comes as the firefighter's union and the city are arguing over staffing levels and as the city tries to convince people they don't always have to call for an ambulance when they need medical attention.

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