RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — The cost of an ambulance ride in Randolph County is going up.
County Commissioners unanimously approved the proposed increases Monday night, according to the Courier-Tribune.
Beginning July 1, all but two services will now cost at least $300.
County EMS Director Donovan Davis says the rising costs of fuel and medication means patients will pay more.
The last time ambulance fees went up was in 2011.