UPDATE: Democrat and Chronicle The scale of Sunday’s chain-reaction pileup on Interstate 390 is best described by the numbers: Thirty-six tangled vehicles. Twenty-five people injured, including one teenager who later died. Wind gusts up to 37 mph and blowing snow made seeing past the hood virtually impossible. [snip] Buses that were headed to the Rochester […]
Category: East Rochester Ambulance
Keeping all of the Federal privacy laws in mind… There’s overweight and there’s way overweight. When you are morbidly obese, you become unable to stand or move around easily, and for some people nearly impossible. For the EMT, a morbidly obese patient presents several problems. Transportation is one. Most ambulance gurneys are rated at 500 […]
Volunteers make America a better place. It may be in a museum, with the Scouts, Little League or the thousands who are volunteer EMT’s like I am.
That has value but you wouldn’t know it. Current IRS regulations don’t allow you to deduct your time as a volunteer and you can deduct a measly 14 cents a mile when the deduction for business use of your car is 48.5 cents a mile.
The East Rochester Volunteer Ambulance Corps has been in existence since 1938. We were incorporated as a New York membership corporation in 1949. Up until about four or five years ago, the Corps had a contract with the Village of East Rochester to provide EMS and ambulance services to the Village. The Village discontinued the […]
Democrat & Chronicle Sen. Hillary Rodman Clinton will be in East Rochester on Monday to visit the newly installed fuel cell at the Each Rochester School District, her staff confirmed today. Clinton, the leading Democratic presidential candidate in 2008, also will announce recommendations from a â€œgreenâ€ building conference she held in Rochester last fall. She […]