Big players want to run the city’s ambulance system. Here’s what a contract with the city might bring in for whoever eventually wins.
A high-ranking San Diego ambulance official said his company responds to people who really need it only 15 percent of the time.
San Diego leaders have known for years that the risk of late emergency medical responses is higher in some of the city’s poorest and brownest neighborhoods. They haven’t spent a dime to fix it.