LEBANON - Lebanon selectmen are looking into 24 nonbilled ambulance runs that took place between April and the rest of 2017.
Selectmen Chair Chip Harlow said during Thursday's selectmen's meeting that nonbilled runs had come to his attention after he was alerted to them by new Lebanon Fire and EMS Chief Steven Merrill.
Lebanon EMS normally sends the billing paperwork to Comstar Ambulance Billing of Rowley, Mass., who then bills the appropriate individual, agency or insurance.
In these cases, Comstar never got the paperwork, Harlow said.
Most ambulance runs costs from $500-$1,000, and that money is considered revenue for the town.
Harlow said he fully expected the paperwork can still be generated by Lebanon Fire and EMS and that those bills will ultimately find their way to Comstar so the town can be paid.
Selectmen also released that so far this year, the town has made 51 ambulance runs.