October 30, 2002
Albany - A South Georgia towns receives $15,000 to improve its emergency response station. Senator Rooney Bowen gave the Warwick EMS station the state money on Wednesday.
The station plans to use the money to build living quarters for employees, who currently use a small 2 room trailer from housing.
"We really need a large living area," said Daniel Richardson, EMS."We work 24 hour shifts, and it gets cramped in this tiny room. Warwick, a town of 430 people, opened the EMS station in 1997.
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