PHOENIX - You can't put a price on someone's life, but there can be a price when it comes to saving someone's life with an ambulance. ABC15 took a special look at the cost of ambulance rides, how they vary from city to city, and what's really behind those costs. "I don't know if you believe in angels, God, vibes, but something was there," explained Linda Vasquez. Whatever it was, it was something that saved Vasquez's life. "I could have been dead.
CAVE CREEK, AZ - It's a dangerous drive for people in one Valley community, but a solution may not be so simple. Cave Creek residents have complained to ABC15 about the intersection of Cave Creek and Schoolhouse roads, saying there are too many crashes at this intersection, despite the fact that there is a four-way stop there. Over the weekend, there was another crash at this intersection.
CAVE CREEK, AZ - Three people are displaced after a Cave Creek home went up in flames early Wednesday morning and now the community is rallying behind the victims who lost everything they own.Firefighters were called to a home near Saguaro and Ocotillo roads around 1 a.m. after receiving reports about a fire.According to a Maricopa County Sheriff's deputy, the fire was quickly under control but burned for several hours.
January is #NationalMentoringMonth & @bbbsaz is looking for 100 volunteers to become mentors to kids in our community who need & deserve champions. By giving 4 hours a month you can change 2 lives - yours and a child's #BeABig
You can't put a price on a human life...but it turns out, you can put a price on saving that life. Only @abc15 is #TakingAction to find out the cost of an ambulance ride and why they sometimes differ from city to city. That's tonight at 10
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Selecting a term
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