Squad responds 115 times
Published 2:34 pm Monday, January 24, 2005
For the year 2004, the Escambia County Fire &Rescue Squad responded to 115 documented call-outs. The types of calls responded to by the Rescue Squad ranged from motor vehicle accidents, various dive missions, a plane crash, numerous assists of various law enforcement agencies, searches for missing persons, transports for the Department of Human Resources and other persons unable to afford transportation to doctor's appointments, and assisting with recovery after Hurricane Ivan.
The Rescue Squad has several projects planned for the year 2005 that will enable the organization to better serve the community. The Rescue Squad is continually searching for support and any financial contribution that can be made to help support these projects is always greatly appreciated.
The Escambia County Rescue Squad is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization located in East Brewton, AL and services the eastern half of Escambia County, Ala., with heavy rescue, and the entire county and surrounding areas with dive search, rescue and recovery and missing persons. The Rescue Squad is always accepting new member to volunteer with the squad. Meetings are held the second Monday of each month at the station located at 1409 Shoffner Street in East Brewton. For information, questions, or comments about Escambia County Fire &Rescue, mail to P.O. Box 2186 East Brewton, AL 36427, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Mark Miller at (251) 212-0190.