Pull to the RIGHT

When an emergency vehicle is approaching your vehicle from behind, do you know what to do?  Don’t be alarmed or panic, just pull you vehicle over as far to the right side of the road as possible and stop.  

Never stop in the middle of the road, pull into the center lane or into oncoming traffic. 

Whenever you see an approaching emergency vehicle, remember:


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Georgetown - Scott County Ambulance Accident
Tue. Nov 18th 2014
~ Our thoughts and prayers here at Jessamine County EMS go out to our Georgetown-Scott County EMS family and their injured personnel.~~~Ambulance Crashes On Run In Scott Co.As rains changed into snow Monday morning, the roads quickly got very slick causing more than 20 wrecks.One of those ...

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Jessamine County EMS Excellence
Sat. Nov 8th 2014
This past Thursday, four of our Jessamine County EMS' personnel received the Jessamine County Emergency Medical Service's EMS Excellence Award for their outstanding performance in the line of duty. Lieutenant Paramedic Bryan Davis, EMT Billy Johnson, EMT Glenn Cox, and Paramedic Jason T...

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It is That Time: Don't Forget to Renew
Fri. Nov 7th 2014
Please check your Kentucky EMT or Paramedic license to verify your expiration date. All renewals need to be submitted to KBEMS as soon as possible to ensure there is not a disruption in your active duty status. If you have questions please contact either Assistant Chief Wilhite or Chief Stamper...

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AMR Transport Procedures for Ebola Patients
Fri. Nov 7th 2014
When an American Medical Response crew in Dallas was summoned Wednesday to transport Ebola-stricken nurse Amber Vinson on her way to Atlanta, they had every reason to remain calm. The company had already transported the first patient infected in the U.S., Nina Pham, and frankly the disease, scary th...

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Earlier Than Too Late: Stopping PTSD
Fri. Nov 7th 2014
Early on Sept. 17, as the sun rose in South Florida and morning traffic began thickening into rush-hour knots, a firefighter with a gun stood in the sand of Miami’s Hobie Beach. He was in uniform but wouldn’t make it to work that day. Just before 8 a.m., just off the busy toll road to Ke...

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It is the purpose of Jessamine County Emergency Medical Services  to provide pre-hospital care to the residents and visitors of Jessamine County. With teamwork and training, we shall strive to maintain our professionalism and enhance our ability to provide the highest standard of care. These values shall be continuously provided through dedicated service to our community.

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