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Rush Fire Dept. - 1971 Rush-Mendon Road, Rush, New York 14543 585-533-2058 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org)
THANK YOU to EVERYONE who made this years RUSH FD CARNIVAL & PARADE a great success. The 50/50 RAFFLE awarDed THREE $400 Prizes and The PARADE Awarded $2,500 in Prizes. THANK YOU to our AREA Fire & EMS for filling in our station during the carnival.
Calls so far 2019 - 302 as of 9/13/19
2020 CARNIVAL DATES: JULY 9, 10 & 11
TO BUY ON LINE - RUSHFD COIN.org
Our 100 year anniversary is in 2020 and the anniversary committee has a limited amount of fund raiser collector coins available to offset the cost of our many events for 2020. These collector coins can be obtained from some Rush firefighter including Jim Bucci, Duane Fanning, Tyler Grillo, Bob Faugh and Eric McNeil. They are $10.00 from members. If you want one in the mail its $12.00. Send a check made out to Rush FD to Treasurer Bob Faugh - PO Box 252, Rush, NY 14543. The coin is 1.75 inches across.
2018 Fire – Rescue & EMS Activity - 427 calls
Major Loss Fires 1 Structure (Boulder CK) 2 Autos (1 Rt 15 – 1 I-390) Total 3
Fires in a structure – minor or no damage Total 4
Poss. Airplane Crash (false report) Total 1
Good Intent – Poss. fire or incident – unfounded – FD not needed Total 22
Fire - Automatic Alarms - Cooking 16, False set off by resident 3,
Low Batt 2, Malfunction 14, Fire drill 3 Total 37
Carbon Monx. Alarms – Alarm w/ CO 0, Low Batt. 3, Test 1 Total 4
Fumes or Gas leak (One dug up gas line) Total 4
Mutual Aid to Other Depts – HFFD 11, Henrietta 9, Scottsville 5
Chili 1, East Avon 1, Total 27
Misc. Service Calls in Rush (1 Missing person – 2 Lock outs –
1 Child caught in swing – no EMS ) Total 4
Wires down, Wires burning, Trees down – Haz/Conditions Total 19
Water Problems Total 4
Brush – Rubbish fires 4 – Recreation fires 4 Total 8
MVA w/ Fire Apparatus response Total 26
MVA – Fluid Spills No EMS required Total 13
Total of all above calls 176
Ambulance EMS Activity: Incident stand bys 3 Lift Assist 4, Call canceled 4, Total 11
Ambulance transports or sign off at scene 60, Ambulance transports with Advanced Life Support in Rig 25
Total 589 Response and/or transport 96
Advance Life Support required – Transported by ALS from CHS (Henrietta) or HF Mendon –
No Rush First Responder or equipment (Total 36)
Ambulance – ALS Required – Transported by ALS – Rush 587, 589 or F/R to the scene to assist.
(Total 67) Total ALS Calls 103
Basic Life Support (BLS) No crew for 589 - No First Responder, Transported or sign off by CHS or HF Mendon. (Total 23) BLS transport or sign off – No crew f/ 589 – First Responder from Rush to scene (Total 11) MVAs Victim signed off or Transported by other agency (Total 8) Medical Alarms – unfounded or false ( Total 5)EMS calls not in District 4, MHA – Police Transported 2, (Total 6)
Total Ambulance / EMS calls 252 – Total ALL Calls - 428
WHY YOU SHOULD LEARN CPR
On 03/19/18 just after midnight, Rush FD Ambulance & CHS MIHC (Henrietta Ambulance) were dispatched to a report of a 68-year-old male in cardiac arrest. The caller who also performed CPR until Monroe County Sheriff Deputy Erica Henderson arrived and took over CPR within 3 minutes of the initial call to 911. EMT Jim Bucci Rush Past Fire Chief and present firefighter & Dep Chief at CHS (Henrietta Ambulance) arrived and was the first Rush responder to arrive within 7 minutes. 9-1-1 did a great job of making the proper notifies and getting help on the way quickly.
Upon his arrival he confirmed a medical 500 and the Deputy continued CPR until EMT Bucci applied the pads on the patient’s chest within 53 seconds where CPR was briefly stopped so the AED (Automatic Defibulator) could analyze the patient’s heart rhythm, it was then the AED indicated a shock was warranted and then delivered. Again within 10 minutes from the time of dispatch Paramedic Manzo and Medic Byrne from CHS MIHC, arrive and at this time there was no indication of CPR needing to be done after a pulse check and airway management and patient care was underway.
What saved this patient was CPR being started immediately by the patient’s wife Diana who is a current member of the Rush Fire Department adding she is an EMT and CPR instructor. The added benefit of Deputy Henderson being less than 1000’ away and was able to take over CPR and perform hi quality chest compressions until EMT Bucci arrived with his AED to provide early defibrillation. Good Prehospital care and treatment is what saved this person’s life!