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The Bed-Stuy Ambulance Corps Remains One of New York’s Forgotten Essential Workers

The Bedford-Stuyvesant Volunteer Ambulance Corps once was the lifeline of its community. Now more than ever, the minority-run service has ramped up its level of interaction with the community, despite its lack of resources, reports Patch. Founded in 1988 by James “Rocky” Robinson Jr., the ambulance service began at a time when citywide ambulances did […]