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Private ambulance firm boss to sue state

David Hall, who runs the biggest private ambulance company in Ireland, plans to sue the state following the announcement that the Air Corps will provide an air ambulance service.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
7th April, 2012
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David Hall, managing director, Lifeline Ambulance Service.

David Hall, who runs the biggest private ambulance company in the country, plans to sue the state following the announcement that the Air Corps will provide an air ambulance service.

Hall, who is managing director of Lifeline Ambulance Service, said the Air Corps was not licensed to provide the service.

In letters sent to Minister for Health James Reilly, Lifeline also claimed the Department of Health had failed to provide for "a proper or adequate...

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