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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Tuesday wreck at Catnip Hill injures 6
Thu. Aug 29th 2013
Six people, including two children, were transported to the University of Kentucky Hospital on Tuesday evening following a multiple-vehicle wreck near the intersection of Catnip Hill Road and U.S. 27. Nicholasville police officer Kevin Grimes said a semi truck traveling north attempted to turn le...

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Jessamine earns HeartSafe Community designation
Thu. Aug 29th 2013
Jessamine County Director of Emergency Services Jerry Domidion announced that Jessamine County is officially a “HeartSafe Community.” “We have fulfilled — and exceeded — the requirements to become a HeartSafe Community — a community that promotes the use of&nbs...

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Florida Verdict Could Change Way Paramedics React to Calls
Mon. Aug 26th 2013
After a jury decided that a Volusia County ambulance service should pay $10 million for the premature birth of boy in one of its vehicles, paramedics across the nation wondered: Could they too be held liable for their most basic duty of transporting a patient?"We go wherever we are called. We g...

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September is National Preparedness Month
Mon. Aug 26th 2013
Launched in 2004, NPM is FEMA's national annual preparedness outreach. Readiness is a shared responsibility, and FEMA asks all Americans to make the pledge to prepare this month and truly help themselves, their neighbors and their communities be Ready. As a critical component of our local commun...

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CPR and Summer Drowning Injuries
Fri. Jun 21st 2013
Now that the weather is warming up, our kids are making a beeline to the pool. With all the fun of water sports comes the serious reality of water-related injuries. According to the Centers for Disease Control: “Children ages 1 to 4 have the highest drowning rates. In 2009, among children 1...

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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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