The Moses Lake ambulance service ran at a deficit in 2016. That’s the results of a report that was presented at Tuesday’s Moses Lake City Council meeting. The study found that wheil the city spent $3.76 million for the service last year just over $2 million in revenue was received through the ambulance utility fee, transport fees and miscellaneous fees. The deficit was paid by the city’s general fund. The study was done by a Redmond-based consulting group at the request of the city council.