After months of financial and political turmoil, the Clay County Commission has dissolved the Clay County Emergency Ambulance Authority, which has operated three stations around the county. The Commission voted to assume the groups financial liability. The amount of debt was not announced.

A private "fee for service" ambulance company will reportedly be hired. Private ambulance companies are known for aggressively collecting money for their services.

The Clay ambulance authority has been on the verge of bankruptcy for months, often counting on voluntary pledges and customers to pay their bills.

The ambulance authority is also under going an audit.

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