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Huge Cruise Ship Leaves The Port City With The Help Of Naval TugMember John Slanina came down with pneumonia while on a cruise in the Mediterranean. After spending three days in the ship’s infirmary, Slanina was admitted to a hospital in Rome. He wanted to be treated by doctors at home, so Air Ambulance Card flew him home to Rapid City,  South Dakota. The flight would have cost him $90,000, he didn’t pay a dime more than his yearly membership.

John Slanina Rapid City, SD December 12, 2014

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