Mr. Duncan goes to Frankfort
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William Duncan, a McCreary County native and former McCreary County assistant EMS Director, is pictured with his wife, Teresa Petrey Duncan and State Representatives Kenneth Upchurch (left) and Bill Wesley (right) after testifying for informational purposes before the House Transportation Committee in Frankfort. He is also pictured giving his testimony. For many years, Duncan has led a crusade for the Commonwealth to approve a Kentucky EMS license plate.
“It was my honor to testify in the House of Representatives on behalf of our ambulance service here in McCreary County,” Duncan commented. “This is a dream come true for this plate to be available for all EMS providers in the Commonwealth. It has been a 10 year effort for myself and Jimmy Barnett. Like everything else we put in motion, we never gave up. The support from the House of Representatives and Senate were overwhelming. To save time voting on the General Assembly floor, they did not vote but agreed to streamline the process to make the plate available with the transportation department at the beginning of the year. A huge thank you to Representative Bill Wesley for introducing the bill.
This would not have been possible without his continued dedicated support of EMS. Very proud of my ambulance service for making history.”