Recent Calls
Sun. Feb 16th 2014
Rehab Team Operates at Solvay Commerical fire

The EAVES Rehab Team was called to assist Solvay Volunteer Fire Department in the evening hours of Sunday February 16, 2014. ...

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Tue. Aug 23rd 2011
Schoharie County flooding

On August 23, 2011 EAVES Ambulance was requested under the NYS mobilization plan to assist in Schoharie County NY with an ALS...

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Sat. Apr 2nd 2016
EAVES supports SU Sports.

EAVES duty crews will wear Orange uniform shirts with a special design to support the Syracuse University Basketball teams an...

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Fri. Sep 5th 2014
Founding Member Ronald Russell Jr. passes away

It is with a great deal of sadness that we announce the passing of one of our founding members. Ron Russell Jr. was instrumen...

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Mon. Nov 12th 2012
ESFD 2012 Burn Run

Once again EAVES provided the EMS coverage for the ESFD Annual Burn Run held on Sunday November 11, 2012. All 3 ambulanc...

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Schoharie County flooding
Tue. Aug 23rd 2011

On August 23, 2011 EAVES Ambulance was requested under the NYS mobilization plan to assist in Schoharie County NY with an ALS Ambulance. After reporting to the county fairgrounds in Cobleskill, NY EAVES was assigned to provide EMS and follow the Pennsylvania TF 1 USAR team searching door to door for residents. On the second 24 hour assignement, we were assigned to the Town of Blenheim and stationed at their firehouse providing EMS to the community. EAVES stayed and assisted for a total of 96 hours in Schoharie County.

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PO Box 34
East Syracuse, NY 13057
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