Two teens shot, the price of air ambulance: Wednesday's WKYC Channel 3 News at 11

Here were some of the stories we reported on during WKYC Channel 3 News at 11 on Wednesday night:

Police are investigating the shooting of a pair of teenagers on Cleveland's east side. Carly Flynn Morgan reported from Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital where one of the two teens is being treated. 

 

Since our first report on a private, for profit air ambulance company -- we've heard from many viewers who received huge bills from Air Methods.  Monica Robins introduces us to a family who says their son didn't want to be transported, but he was taken anyway and then received a $60,000 bill. 

 

Following up on a story we aired last month, Lorain's Police Union continues to be frustrated at the department's aging fleet of vehicles. Hilary Golston went to Lorain to discuss the matter with city officials.

 

 

And Dawn Kendrick proved another example of #TheGoodStuff as she introduces us to Mitch Herman and his therapy dog Maggie. Mitch is a cancer patient who has been paying it forward for others who are dealing with the deadly disease. 

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