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PISECO VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE CORPS members include (from left) Bill Hotaling, Chris Laver, Lt. Laura Morehouse, Captain Jane Redmond, Lynn Wilt and Dan Vogel, shown here with their winter rescue sled and snowmobile on a trailer and ready to go. Members not shown are Driver Instructor Paul Beaudoin, Tom Boni, Tony Colby, Scott Pierce, Craig Small, John Wheeler and Rick Wilt. (Photo/Cristine Meixner)


Piseco Volunteer Fire Department

Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - Updated: 11:30 AM

Piseco Volunteer Fire Department acquired its first ambulance in 1958, and this service evolved into Piseco Volunteer Ambulance Corps, which continues to be part of the fire department.

We provide emergency care and transport within the Town of Arietta, and have mutual aid agreements with nearby towns and ambulance services.

PVAC is fortunate to have a solid inventory of modern equipment. It also has well-trained, experienced drivers and EMTs, but not enough of them. We are in desperate need of help.

We are trained and ready to respond to all situations including non-trauma medical emergencies, vehicle mishaps, fires and water and wilderness rescue.

Each year brings major expenses, and we are very appreciative of all those who make donations. Special thanks to PVFD Auxiliary and the Twigs for their generous support.

For information on becoming an EMT or driver contact Lieutenant Laura Morehouse at 548-4319 / Donations may be sent to Piseco Volunteer Ambulance Corps, POB 58, Piseco NY 12139.


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