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Monday, June 29, 2020

Austin, St. Marys & Coudersport Answer Ambulance Calls

Austin Volunteer Fire Department
6 mins ·

Today at 15:26 Station 44 & St. Marys ALS were dispatched for a Medical Emergency in Grove Township, Sinnemahoning. Ambulance 44-6 with Chief 44-60 (T.Orlowski) & Chief 44-71 (S.Orlowski) responded within minutes.

At 15:54 Station 44 was then dispatched for a second call, a Medical Emergency in Grove Township, Sinnemahoning. Chief 44-60 (T.Orlowski) contacted dispatch, diverting St. Marys ALS to the second call, and requested Coudersport ALS for intercept with 44-6. Chief 44-60 was notified of possible Land Rescue needed for second call, requested an additional dispatch for Patrol & UTV, and requested an Ambulance from Coudersport Dept 48 to cover our Station.

Patrol 44-4, Patrol 44-14, Chief 44-10 (J.Burgett), and Ambulance 44-7 with Chief 44-70 (A.Stahl) responded. On scene crews utilized patrol units to transfer crew across river to the scene.

At 16:53 with Ambulance 44-6, Medic 7 en route to UPMC Cole, and Ambulance 44-7, Medic 12 on scene of second call, Station 44 was dispatched for 3rd Call a Medical Emergency in the Austin Boro. Coudersport Ambulance 48-16 standing by at our Station responded at time of dispatch, requesting a second dispatch of Dept 48 with a second Ambulance to stand by in their Station to cover our district. Ambulance 48-16 handled call, Ambulance 48-6 went standing by to cover our district.

At 17:14, Ambulance 44-6 went returning and available releasing Ambulance 48-6 from stand by.

All units were back in quarters and available at 18:24.

Great Teamwork by all involved. Huge thank you to Coudersport Volunteer Ambulance Association for covering our district while we were out, as well as a big thank you to Tioga County Pennsylvania 9-1-1 for all of their assistance.

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