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August 10, 1991 | From Associated Press
Mayor Alfred Hopkins has come under fire for allowing an ambulance to transport Gov. William Donald Schaefer's longtime companion to a hospital in Baltimore. A man had a heart attack and died while the ambulance, one of two owned by the city, was taking Hilda Mae Snoops to the hospital 35 miles away. City Alderman Carl Snowden said he plans to ask the City Council to investigate the July 24 incident.
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August 10, 1991 | From Associated Press
Mayor Alfred Hopkins has come under fire for allowing an ambulance to transport Gov. William Donald Schaefer's longtime companion to a hospital in Baltimore. A man had a heart attack and died while the ambulance, one of two owned by the city, was taking Hilda Mae Snoops to the hospital 35 miles away. City Alderman Carl Snowden said he plans to ask the City Council to investigate the July 24 incident.
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