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Woman sounds address alert

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By Jeff M. Hardison

Eve Jensen of Cedar Key said she thinks Levy County Emergency Medical Service personnel should practice reading maps more.

Jensen's husband K.C. Brown needed ambulance transport to Malcom Randall, the Department of Veterans Affairs hospital in Gainesville. That was in July, and now in February she is still incensed.

Levy County EMS, Jensen said, aroused her extreme anger and indignation by not listening to her when she gave directions to reach her home at 1181 Gulf Blvd.


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