Students involved in Pittsford Mendon High School bus accident receive ambulance bills

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Students from Pittsford Mendon High School that were involved in a bus accident on the thru-way in November are now receiving ambulance bills for $250. 

The principal of the high school reached out to parents in a letter this week, explaining that they are working with the insurance provider, and advising parents to hold onto their bill until the matter is sorted out. 

The letter can be read below. 

Dear Parent/Guardian,

It has come to our attention that parents/guardians of students on the bus involved in the November 21, 2016 accident have received a bill in the amount of $250 from the Marathon Area Volunteer Ambulance Corps. It appears these bills are related to the medical evaluations conducted at a triage unit held at the Marathon Civic Center, not for transportation.

Please hold on to this bill for the moment.

PCSD is working through this matter with the insurance provider. We will provide further direction in the next few days.

Thank you for your patience,
Karl Thielking, Principal
Pittsford Mendon High School

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