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How first responders are forced to cut back on services as gas prices rise

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With inflation running high, vital emergency services have to make tough decisions when it comes to fuel allocations and the types of calls they can respond to. NBC News’ Isa Gutiérrez takes a closer look at how first responders and their services are being impacted by rising gas prices.