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September 24, 2013
NY ambulance nonprofit struggles in wake of embezzling board members, who took $325K from coffers for perks like Disney vacations.
"A Queens volunteer ambulance nonprofit says it's struggling to survive after authorities announced three former board members robbed it of more than $325,000. The Corona Community Ambulance Corps says in a statement released Saturday it is seriously considering dissolution after discovering its funds had been misappropriated. On Thursday New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced the arrest of hree board members for stealing money from the corps' bank accounts."-- Associated Press