NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — CBS2 has an update on an all-female volunteer EMT company in Brooklyn.
A state administrative judge has granted it a license to operate an ambulance in the Orthodox Jewish community.READ MORE: Sharee Jones Charged With Arson, Hate Crime After Fire At Brooklyn YeshivaNYPD: Delivery Worker Stabbed To Death, E-Bike Stolen Near Sara D. Roosevelt Park
The women’s group, Ezras Nashim, had been fighting for a license in the community, where there has long been an ambulance service only run by men.
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Hatzoloh, the male volunteer ambulance corps, will have another hearing Wednesday afternoon to fight the ruling.