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Fire Company Proud Of Service - News - Wayne Independent - Honesdale, Pa - Honesdale, Pa

It gives us a little bit of individuality. There are around 24 active members of the fire company and 36 total, which includes fire police. The Maplewood Fire Company's main coverage area is all of the Lake Henry area of Maplewood. They also provide mutual aid to fire companies like Lake Ariel and Jefferson. There's a lot we go to depending on what they need us for, said Chief Dave Corazzi. On average the company receives 12-20 calls a month. The fire company was started in 1961 and was incorporated in 1962. There is only one station. Company challenges Some of the fundraisers are proving to be less valuable than actually doing them, said Bodzio. The thing is there's so much effort and so much manpower that has to into making a fundraiser work, Corazzi added. He also said the cost doesn't usually help either. The businesses do give us the best price they can, but certainly they can't afford to give it to us for free, he stated. That being said, there's just not a lot of profit in it. People might think 'that's terrible the fire company is looking down their nose at say $100.' It's not that. If it takes three days of volunteers' time to prepare, go shopping and everything that comes with it, for the return that's in it, it's hard to justify that. Corazzi added that's another issue. The area is awash with fundraisers for fire companies, church groups and different fundraisers that are being held every weekend for some needy cause, so it's very difficult to get the community to come out in any kind of numbers to support something, he explained. Page 2 of 3 - Ambulance, fire and rescue are something you can't do without and everybody benefits from it. Ultimately in a year's time you've touched somebody in the community, either directly or indirectly, you assist them in some way. Corazzi added nothing is getting cheaper and prices continue to rise. He said now it's not uncommon for a fire truck to cost over $500,000. New standards that are in place by the government mandate that equipment be replaced every 10 years like our protective gear, he said. For example, one breathing apparatus is over $7,000. Corazzi also said OSHA mandates two people always respond in a hazardous environment. You can't send one guy, you have to send two, so now just two air packs are $14,000 and that doesn't include the helmet, coat, boots and pants, Corazzi stated. Arguably you could have $15,000 to outfit each guy. When you put three days' effort into having a fundraiser and you're going to make $50 on it, it's hard to justify. He added you can only go to the well so much. Every http://airambulancemed.deviantart.com Tuesday night we train, Corazzi stated.

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October 07 2014

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Plane Departs To Bring Second American Ebola Patient Back To Us | Myfox8.com

Dr. Kent Brantly (not shown) and Nancy Writebol (right) are serving on a joint team of people with Samaritan's Purse and SIM. Both faith-based organizations are calling for an international response to the outbreak of Ebola in Liberia and neighboring countries. A Phoenix air jet is en route to pick up the second American Ebola virus patient, a U.S. official told ABC News. The official said the private air ambulance left Sunday and will arrive in Liberia after one stopover. The plane will then bring Charlotte missionary Nancy Writebol to Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta, Ga. It is expected to land Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Kent Brantlyarrived in Georgia in the same plane on Saturday and is undergoing treatment at Emory University Hospital. Writebol will also be treated at that same hospital after she arrives in the U.S., according to authorities. Officials said they will be treated in an isolation unit. There, physicians say they have a better chance to steer them to health while ensuring the virus doesnt spread the last point nodding to public fears, notably expressed on social media, that the disease could get a U.S. foothold. The plane, also equipped with a unit meant to isolate the patient, was able to take only one patient at a time. Brantlys wife, parents and sister cried when they saw him on CNN, walking from the ambulance into the hospital.

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