FAMILIAR ORANGE AND WHITE: City of Miami Rescue #1 crew takes a woman in labor into Jackson Hospital Hospital in 1995. A row of private ambulances from the Randle Eastern fleet are lined up next to the rescue truck. William Randle and his brother Robert founded Randle Eastern Ambulance Service in Miami in 1955. By the time of its sale in 1993, the company had transported more than three million patients to local hospitals.
FAMILIAR ORANGE AND WHITE: City of Miami Rescue #1 crew takes a woman in labor into Jackson Hospital Hospital in 1995. A row of private ambulances from the Randle Eastern fleet are lined up next to the rescue truck. William Randle and his brother Robert founded Randle Eastern Ambulance Service in Miami in 1955. By the time of its sale in 1993, the company had transported more than three million patients to local hospitals. Chuck Fadely Miami Herald file
FAMILIAR ORANGE AND WHITE: City of Miami Rescue #1 crew takes a woman in labor into Jackson Hospital Hospital in 1995. A row of private ambulances from the Randle Eastern fleet are lined up next to the rescue truck. William Randle and his brother Robert founded Randle Eastern Ambulance Service in Miami in 1955. By the time of its sale in 1993, the company had transported more than three million patients to local hospitals. Chuck Fadely Miami Herald file

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March 26, 2015 8:00 AM

William Randle, co-founder of Randle Eastern Ambulance Service in Miami, dies at 88

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