Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc.

Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc.

2017 Incidents
January 287
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Total 287

2016 Incidents
January 241
February 184
March 295
April 277
May 326
June 334
July 356
August 343
September 324
October 310
November 295
December 365
Total 3650

Previous Alarm Totals
2016
2015 3718

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Visitors Today
Feb 23, 2017
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As Blizzard Approaches The Area, Riverhead Ambulance is Prepared to Answer The Call

Lieutenant Michael Caron, February 09

A powerful winter storm is scheduled to impact our area and Riverhead Ambulance is prepared for the worst. We have crews that are strategically positioned and ready to respond at a moments notice to a call for help.

We would like to remind the public that unnecessary travel should be limited to keep roadways clear thus allowing plows and emergency crews to clear the roads and respond to any emergency ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Photo Credit: Marianne Trubish
Photo Credit: Marianne Trubish

Riverhead Ambulance Responds to Structure Fire

Lieutenant Michael Caron, January 28

On the morning of January 28th, Riverhead Ambulance along with Riverhead Fire Department were dispatched to the scene of a structure fire in Calverton. Riverhead Ambulance stood by on scene to provide medical care in the event of any injuries while Riverhead Fire Department tackled extinguishing a large barn that was completely engulfed in flames. Flanders Northampton Ambulance and Mattituck Fire ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Riverhead Ambulance Treats Patient for Smoke Inhalation

Lieutenant Michael Caron, January 24

On the morning of January 25th, Riverhead Ambulance was dispatched to the scene of a structure fire with a possible occupant still within. Upon arrival, Jamesport Fire Department had already removed the disabled occupant from the home and began treating them for smoke inhalation. The patient was transported to Peconic Bay Medical Center for further evaluation. The cause of the fire is under investigation ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo credit: Riverhead News Review
Photo credit: Riverhead News Review

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Man Airlifted to Stony Brook Following Motorcycle Accident

Lieutenant Michael Caron, January 20

On the evening of January 19th, Riverhead Ambulance responded to a reported motor vehicle accident involving a motorcycle. Upon arrival the patient was found to be in serious condition. A medevac was requested from the Suffolk County Police Department to transport the patient to Stony Brook University Medical Center. Riverhead Fire Department secured a landing zone at the Riley Avenue School. Units ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Riverhead Ambulance Responds to Overturned Vehicle

Lieutenant Michael Caron, January 19

On the afternoon of January 19th, Riverhead Ambulance responded to a motor vehicle accident involving an overturned truck. Upon arrival, It was determined that the accident involved a single vehicle that was overturned and the patient was removed from the vehicle. The patient was was transported to Peconic Bay Medical Center for evaluation. Jamesport Fire Department responded to secure the vehicle ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc.
1111 Osborn Avenue
PO Box 924
Riverhead, NY 11901
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