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Ambulance 4629
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Current News & Events

10/6/2009:    The Scottsville Rescue Squad has launched a new website: www.scottsvilleems.org  

10/5/09:  Scottsville FD will host it's annual Fire Prevention Open House on Saturday October 17th from 11 am until 3 pm.  Details can be found HERE.

10/4/2009:  Scottsville firefighters responded to 440 North Road at the request of the Monroe County Sheriffs Office to assist with a Hazardous Materials incident.  Monroe County Haz-Mat team members assisted. 

4/8/2009:  Scottsville firefighters and EMS responded to the report of a motor vehicle accident with wires down and a power outage in the area.  Fire Chief Emerson was on location with a pole and wires down, and no one near the vehicle.  One person was transported to Strong Memorial Hospital.

4/1/2009:  Scottsville Rescue Squad responded to the Wheatland Chili High School for the report of a man down.  One person was transported to Strong Memorial Hospital.  EMS Chief Jarrett reports the timely actions of bystanders with prompt CPR and use of a Public Access Defibrillator (P.A.D.) resulted in a positive outcome.

The Scottsville Fire Department and Rescue Squad delivers Fire Protection, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Search and Rescue, Technical Rescue and Fire Prevention to the residents of the Village of Scottsville, the Wheatland Fire Protection District (primarily east of Wheatland Ctr. Rd) and the Chili Fire Protection District #4.  This is done with a 100% volunteer staff on a 24 hour a day basis, 7 days a week. 

In calendar year 2008, the volunteers of the Scottsville Fire Department and Rescue Squad responded to over 550 calls for service.  Of these calls, nearly 200 were fire related requests, with 350 requests for ambulance service, which is provided by the Scottsville Rescue Squad.  On top of emergency responses, our personnel put in near 3,000 hours of training during 2007. 

We are always looking for members of the community to join our staff of professional volunteers.  For information on joining, please check the Join Us page.


 

 

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