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2022 Ossining FD Parade

Lieutenant David Kreilsheimer, August 08

On Friday night Croton EMS & Croton EMS Explorer Post 5500 took to the streets in OFD's Annual Fireman's Parade. The members of CEMS & Explorer Post 5500 worked very hard last week preparing 55B1 for the parade. All their hard ultimately payed off and for the second time this year brought home the gold of Best Appearing Ambulance. While some of our members where at the parade, other members held ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lieutenant David Kreilsheimer, June 11

On Saturday, June 5th, Croton EMS participated in Montrose's Annual Fireman's Parade. In preparation for the parade, the entire week prior, a group of extremely dedicated volunteers spent countless hours washing, waxing and cleaning ambulance 55B1. You all know who you are, and your hard work and dedication does not go unnoticed. All together, 10 volunteers marched down the streets of Montrose ... (Full Story & Photos)

**Special Recognition**

Lieutenant David Kreilsheimer, May 11

Croton EMS is proud to recognize two of our younger members, Matthea Schor and Sydney McCabe, for being some of the first in New York State to receive their NYS EMT Certification at the age of 17. In 2018 New York State amended the required age to become a certified EMT from 18 to 17 years of age. Both of these members have been extremely active in Croton EMS since they were 14 years old when they ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lieutenant David Kreilsheimer, April 27

Congratulations to our two newest EMTs Tiffany Gilleo and Sydney McCabe who both successfully completed their EMT courses and passed both their New York State written and practical exams! Both of these members worked extremely hard and diligently studied for the past few months while completing their 208 hour NYS EMT course. We cant wait to see you out there working in the community and treating patients! ... (Full Story & Photos)

Happy Easter and Passover From Croton EMS!

Croton EMS Officers, April 17

Croton EMS would like to wish everyone a Happy and Healthy Easter and Passover! While most of the community was out celebrating and enjoying the beautiful day with their families, we had a few dedicated members pulling duty to ensure our community was covered. Throughout the day our crews were busy answering 4 calls to service all resulting in transports to local hospitals with non life threatening ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lieutenant David Kreilsheimer, March 28

After 2 long years, the annual Peekskill St. Patricks Day parade was able to be held! About a dozen Croton EMS and Explorer Post 5500 members got together to celebrate and show their support while still having a volunteer crew back at home to cover the village. Its times like these that build camaraderie within the agency, but also builds relationships with organizations outside of the community.... (Full Story & Photos)

St. Patricks Day Meeting

Lieutenant David Kreilsheimer, March 17

For this months monthly meeting our volunteers celebrated St. Patricks Day with a big feed of festive foods. Our volunteers have worked extremely hard for the beginning of the year answering over 250 calls. Its times like these where we love to show our appreciation for everything they do for the community. A BIG thank you to Sue McCabe who took the time to prepare this wonderful and delicious meal. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Croton On Hudson Volunteer EMS, February 02

Last night at approximately 7:30pm Ex Captain Ken Gilleo taught 15 members of our Explorer Post Stop the Bleed. Stop the Bleed is a National program to get civilians and first responders the proper training and tactics when arriving at a serious incident. We as first responders and the ones called upon when incidents that require this training is warranted. We continue to strive to make sure our training ... (Full Story & Photos)


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