Lewiston Firefighters Union Frustrated With Emergency Medical Services In The City

LEWISTON, Maine — When in an emergency, you want help to arrive as soon as possible. As frontline workers themselves, Lewiston firefighters in the union said it has higher expectations for the service it’s getting from its EMS provider United Ambulance Service, or UAS.

The city contracts with UAS paying it $360,000 per year. However, International Association of Fire Fighters local 785 President Rick Cailler said taxpayers are paying money for poor service.

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