(1) An ambulance or emergency response vehicle from another state may not pick up
a patient in Utah to transport that patient to another location in Utah or to another
state without a permit issued under Section 26-8a-304 and, in the case of an ambulance, a license issued under Part 4, Ambulance and Paramedic
(2) Notwithstanding Subsection (1), an ambulance or emergency response vehicle from
another state may, without a permit or license:
(a) transport a patient into Utah; and
(b) provide assistance in time of disaster.
(3) The department may enter into agreements with ambulance and paramedic providers
and their respective licensing agencies from other states to assure the expeditious
delivery of emergency medical services beyond what may be reasonably provided by licensed
ambulance and paramedic providers, including the transportation of patients between
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