CHILLICOTHE -- Chillicothe officially has a new rescue service.
The city's own Rescue 33 was put on a permenant suspension as of Tuesday.
In the meantime, AMT will be serving the community.
Fire Chief John Myers said he is happy to have AMT to provide service for the city's 15,000 residents.
But unlike Rescue 33, people will need to pay if they have an emergency.
Rescue 33 is in the process of challenging its suspension. It has 15 days to appeal.