Ann Arbor firefighters respond to two house fires on Friday morning
Ann Arbor firefighters and other emergency personnel respond to a garage fire on Ann Arbor's southside on March 12, 2021. ANN ARBOR – The Ann Arbor Fire Department received calls for two house fires about an hour apart on Friday morning. They were then taken to University of Michigan hospital with smoke inhalation, said Ann Arbor Fire Chief Mike Kennedy. The Ann Arbor Police Department and Emergent Health EMS assisted AAFD on the fires. pic.twitter.com/afeH3kvA3H — Ann Arbor Police (@A2Police) March 12, 2021A second fire was reported on the 1400 block of Harpst on the city’s southside.
Metro Detroit family shocked by massive ambulance bill after child transported with dog bite
DETROIT – A Metro Detroit family was stunned by a massive ambulance bill after their child was taken less than 25 miles at normal traffic speeds with a non-life-threatening dog bite. Little Kenna’s family was stunned when they received a bill for more than $5,000 from the ambulance company. They’ve been battling the ambulance company for months, and the issue wasn’t resolved until Help Me Hank stepped in. They claim they tried to negotiate with Superior Ambulance, but didn’t have any luck. “We’re thankful to Help Me Hank,” Saltzman said.