Medcorp EMS, a company that employees hundreds of people in the Toledo area,
is reportedly ending its services. An employee with Medcorp tells WTOL 11, the
company broke the news to employees Friday night with no prior notice.
As of Saturday morning, it's website is down. The following message is
listed, "This site is down for
maintenance. Please check back again soon."
On June 10, 2011, Medcorp filed for Chapter 11 federal bankruptcy protection in U.S. Northern District Court in Toledo.
Medcorp offers ambulance
services across Ohio, Kentucky, North Carolina and South Carolina, among other states.
No word yet if the suspended operation affects employees in other states as well.
Medcorp could not be reached for comment.
WTOL 11 is investigating this issue. Stay tuned on air and online for the
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