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Three EMTs Accused Of Stealing $325,000 From Their Queens Ambulance Corps

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Three men have been arrested for allegedly stealing more than $325,000 from a volunteer ambulance company.

Daniel Dominguez, Daryl Adeva and David Moretti were EMTs with the Corona Community Volunteer Ambulance Corps in Queens.

They're accused of transferring funds from the organization directly into their personal accounts.

Officials say the money was spent on trips to Disney World and Niagara Falls.

Other purchases included personal car payments and meals at high-end restaurants.

All three were arrested and arraigned on grand larceny charges. ClientIP:, UserAgent: CCBot/2.0 ( Profile: TWCSAMLSP