CLEVELAND - The Veterans Administration Medical Center in Cleveland has spent more than a half million dollars on canceled ambulances that include wrong addresses and trips to homes of veterans that have previously passed away.
A 5 On Your Side Investigation uncovered the expenses after reviewing the hospital's records and invoices. Watch the exclusive report at tonight at 11 on NewsChannel5.
Taxpayers spent $529 million last year providing veterans with medical care they need and deserve.
Nearly $9 million was spent on ambulances and ambulettes that provide qualifying veterans with transportation for everything from kindey dialysis to eye exams.
The exclusive report reveals how this can happen and why taxpayers are stuck with the bill.
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