AMR told to stop parking ambulances at West Seattle store

  • Source: KOMO-TV ABC 4 and Radio 1000
  • Published: 09/14/2017 12:00 AM

A grocery store parking lot is now off-limits to ambulances because the owner said the rigs take up spaces needed by his customers. Paul Kapioski, who owns Thriftway in West Seattle, said he got fed up seeing AMR ambulances taking up two or three stalls for hours at a time while his customers circled looking for an open space. The store has 120 parking spots for customers, though there are times when almost all are taken. “I have noticed when I come, a lot of times there are a lot of cars and it is not one of the easier places to get in and out of,” said Mindy Gross, who regularly shops at the store.


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