BANFF, AB—In a surprise announcement early this afternoon, Banff Emergency Medical Service and Mineral Springs Hospital staff announced they will offer a local’s discount on ambulance transport for major injuries. The press conference got rowdy.

“I think it’s long overdue. Some places can do 15% locals on services,” said a junior office administrator addressing a cheering crowd. “Breaking bones is simply something people do out here! We should ease that burden for longer-term residents who are inevitably going to damage themselves by pushing it as far as possible every season.”

Shortly after the junior administrator’s rousing speech, 13 people were injured when a construction scaffold fell under the weight of the 13 people climbing it. Of the 13 injured, 6 required ambulance transport to Mineral Springs Hospital.

The injured were reported to be “mildly pleased with the savings” and are expected to make full recoveries.