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EMS union president and TRAA paramedic resigns

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA21) - A new development in Three Rivers Ambulance Authority (TRAA), Thursday the I.A.E.P. Local 525 union president resigned.

The International Association of EMTs and Paramedics Local 525 president Ian Case, told ABC21 News over the phone he resigned this week.

Case was also a paramedic with TRAA and resigned from that position as well.

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Case has been actively fighting the issue of the paramedic shortage with the ambulance provider.

He sat before the Fort Wayne City Council alongside Executive Director Gary Booher and Chief Operating Officer Mike Bureau.

Case previously said the following in an interview with ABC21 News.

"Making sure that we can afford and do pay competitive wages in a very busy system that does take its toll, physically and mentally, the talented, professional men and women of Fort Wayne EMS."

Ian Case, I.A.E.P. Local 525 president

ABC21 News has been in contact with Ian Case and will have updates as this story develops.

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