You are far more likely to need an ambulance than a firetruck.
But Ohio won't let you see the records that show how fast the paramedics in your community respond to calls.
Since 2002, the Ohio Emergency Medical Services agency has kept track of response time for each medical emergency in the state. But the agency issues a report card only for each county, not for each fire department.
That's because state lawmakers decided to keep individual departments' records -- not just individual patients' records -- from the public eye.