In this June 5, 2019, file photo, an ambulance rides to a hospital in Houston.
The ambulance ride cost $50.9 million, according to the latest data from the Federal Aviation Administration.
An ambulance is a vehicle that is used to transport people who are sick, injured or have other needs.
It is not a plane or other vehicle.
The average cost for a ride from Houston to Dallas in the U.S. is $12,200 per trip.
An average of 10 ambulance rides are being taken per hour, according.
(AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File) AUSTIN, Texas (AP) An ambulance ride is a way for someone to get medical care in a hospital emergency room, and it costs an average of $12.3 million a year, according a new federal report.
The latest data shows that an average Texas ambulance ride, which typically takes less than an hour, costs an estimated $50 million a month.
The cost includes the driver and the vehicle.
An hour-long ride costs about $3,500, and an hour-plus one costs about an extra $2,500.
The latest figures show that an ambulance ride from Austin to Dallas costs about the same as a one-way flight, the agency’s latest estimate.
That means an ambulance cost $49.6 million in 2018, up from $45.6 for 2017, the latest year for which data is available.
That compares to an average cost of $17.8 million per ambulance ride in 2017.
The report shows that Texas has the second-highest number of ambulance rides in the nation, behind only California, and the state is not far behind on average costs per ride.
The state has a $1,800 ambulance per person cost per trip, the highest of any U.N. member state.
The report shows Texas spent $7,946 per person in the first 10 months of 2018.
The total number of emergency services workers employed in the state totaled about 2,500 in 2018.
The cost of an ambulance trip is not limited to the actual cost of transporting a patient to a doctor or other facility, according the report.
It also includes other expenses that could be incurred on the trip, such as food, lodging and transportation, the report says.