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Turner Co. EMS station reopens

Turner County EMS station #2 is fully staffed again. (Source:WALB) Turner County EMS station #2 is fully staffed again. (Source:WALB)
It was shut down for a while due to a leaking roof. (Source:WALB) It was shut down for a while due to a leaking roof. (Source:WALB)
ASHBURN, GA (WALB) -

The problem that shut down a Turner County EMS station is now resolved.

Station number two on the west side of Ashburn is now fully staffed again.

City and county leaders agreed for the city to put in a new roof and replace sheet rock and flooring damaged by a leaking roof. 

The county will reimburse the city the $4,500 for the work.

City leaders were upset that the county closed the station for several months.

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