Seattle News Station Pays Off Medical Debts For 1,000 People
February 13, 2018
After hearing Washington state medical debt stories for an investigative report, Seattle News Station KIRO 7 decided to do something about it.
Jesse Jones / KIRO 7 News
The news station worked with New York based charity RIP Medical Debt and bought $1 million worth of medical debt owed by viewers in the area for $12,000.
One thousand people will be getting letters in yellow envelopes that have a KIRO 7 sticker on them to let them know their medical debt has been forgiven.
Source: KIRO 7 News
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