Bedford-Stuyvesant Ambulance Corps gets a home
For James (Rocky) Robinson, a dream has finally come true.
A new, $115,000 double trailer to house the Bedford-Stuyvesant Volunteer Ambulance Corps is now fully operational. "I feel like I've moved into a mansion," said Robinson, 68, the corps' leader, as he sat in his new office. "We've come up from the ashes."
Housing for the corps has been an issue ever since the group started nearly 21 years ago, headquartered in an abandoned crack house on Greene Ave. A smaller trailer, on a city-owned lot across from the first site, later housed the group until that trailer... read more
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