In other news, a Tampa family WITH insurance was denied an ambulance ride because paramedics still doubted that they could afford the cost of the ambulance service.

After help arrived, Black claims she and her daughter were told they could not afford an ambulance ride.

"They never asked us if we had insurance, which we do,” Black said, adding that she feels stereotyped.

After getting Galloway down the stairs, Black says the medics again told the women they couldn't afford an ambulance.

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