Emergency Medical Services
Community Ambulance Service Incorporated
Some of the ambulances we've run in the past.
Twin Cadillacs around 1967 wiht (L to R) Ken Larkin, Charles Blackburn and Ray Bouch.
2017 - 3,228
2016 - 2,872
2015 - 2,981
2014 - 2,757
2013 - 2,988
2012 - 2,805
2011 - 2,951
2010 - 2,720
2009 - 2,441
2008 - 2,458
2007 - 2,605
2006 - 2,073
2005 - 1,932
2004 - 1,931
2003 - 1,983
2002 - 1,756
Serving the residents of and visitors to Brackenridge, Fawn Township, Tarentum and surrounding communities since 1936, we operate 3 ambulances, that are licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health as Advanced Life Support. One is additionally equipped for rescue and rehabilitation services.
those close quarters situations.
Medic 129 (289 after switching to Allegheny County 911) Was last seen as Mon Valley Medic 578.
If you are treated and or transported by ambulance, then receive a check from your insurance provided to cover the ambulance service.
You are supposed to endorse that check over to the ambulance provider or YOU will be held responsible to cover the cost of the service(s) rendered.
Medic 129 (L), a 1989 Ford and Medic 128 (R) was it's 4WD twin, was last seen in Allegheny County at the Gallitan-Sunnyside VFD as Rescue 75.
Medic 127 (L) at Pfund Sales and then at Bethel Township in Armstrong County as Squad 270.