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Sun. Mar 29th 2015
At 03:18 Hours the Verona Fire Department was alerted Mutual Aid to a working structure fire at 7075 County Highway 50 in the New London Fire District. The home was directly across from the New London...
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Thu. Mar 2nd 2017
The Verona F.D. received our new 2016 Pierce Rescue Pumper from Churchville Fire Eqpt. on Wednesday, February 1st, 2017. The engine is at Verona F. D. Station #1 & is now in service for calls.
Thu. Jan 28th 2016
The public referendum vote to purchase a new 2016 Pierce Rescue Pumper was held on Tuesday, January 26,2016. The referendum passed by an overwhelming majority.The approval to proceed with the purchase...
Sat. Mar 3rd 2012
Tue. Mar 16th 2010
Amanda’s Law went into effect on February 22, 2010. It requires essentially all residences, both new and existing, to have carbon monoxide alarms installed. The specific requirements differ for ...

 The Midstate Regional Emergency Medical Advisory Committee (REMAC) has approved a Draft set of Protocols to be used by the Midstate Pre Hospital Providers.
As part of the process we have posted a draft copy at for your review and comments. Please take the time to review and comment on the proposed Midstate Protocols.
Your comments can be sent to before noon Aug 7, 2012.
All comments received will be reviewed by the Protocol Committee for consideration to be included in the final draft. The final draft will be approved by the Midstate REMAC and forwarded to the State Emergency Medical Advisory Committee (SEMAC) for final approval.


If you are an EMT (Basic) in the CME recertification program (pilot program) and you have completed your 24 hours of core content material and your card expires after Dec 20, 2012 you will need to complete 13 supplemental hours to satisfy the requirements to update to the new national standard curriculum. For more information please contact Bill at 315-624-4539.

13 supplemental hours:

Sundays: 0900 – 1600: Oct 14 and 28

Sundays: 0900 – 1600: November 11 and Dec 2




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