DIGHTON — Chief Christopher Maguy is pleased to announce that the Dighton Fire Department will honor its emergency medical personnel this week as part of national EMS week.
LEBANON, Maine — The Lebanon Board of Selectmen is today providing an update on a series of actions taken to review and improve the Lebanon Fire and EMS Department.
ARLINGTON — Armstrong Ambulance and The Massachusetts Ambulance Association is joining other private ambulance providers in the #DontForgetEMS campaign in an effort to gain access to personal protective equipment set aside by Amazon for healthcare providers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
HOLBROOK — Director Steve Hooke and the Holbrook Regional Emergency Communications Center wish to provide the community with an update on the Center’s operations and would like to inform the public of what to expect when they call 911 in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
EXETER — Seacoast Chief Fire Officers Mutual Aid District is issuing a video briefing on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) response strategies their departments are following to reduce the risk of exposure to the virus to their staff and the public.
Holbrook Regional Emergency Communications Center Reminds Residents to Test Fire and CO Alarms During Daylight Saving
HOLBROOK — Director Steve Hooke and the Holbrook Regional Emergency Communications Center would like to remind residents to test their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors when setting the clocks ahead for daylight saving time.
ARLINGTON — As world health leaders work to address the global spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), Armstrong Ambulance is responding by providing its caregivers with the knowledge and skills they need to both support patients in need and protect themselves.
HOLBROOK — Director Steve Hooke is pleased to announce that Kari’s Law, which requires multi-line phone systems to allow callers to dial 911 without a prefix, goes into effect today.
ARLINGTON — Armstrong Ambulance is pleased to announce that two staff members recently returned from a week-long trip to Haiti, where they trained hospital staff on advanced life support techniques.
ARLINGTON– Armstrong Ambulance reports that one of its emergency vehicles was involved in a crash this morning.