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Know What To Do In An Emergency

 

In all emergency cases, call 911 immediately to ensure that your local Emergency Medical Service provider may be notified and professional care can be dispatched as soon as possible. As soon as you give your location information to the dispatcher, a unit is dispatched while you remain on the line with the dispatcher. Make sure your home can be identified, even in the dark. Your house number should be visible and large enough to read from the road. Turn on an outside light. If possible, have someone go outside to wait for the first responders and medics.

Safety Tips
June 27, 2018

Children in Hot Cars

The following fact sheet and safety tips are courtesy of KidsandCars.org. Click on the images to download the full PDF:…
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Safety Tips
June 26, 2018

Independence Day Safety

Ahead of the Fourth of July holiday, Acadian Ambulance would like to remind the public to celebrate safely. Firework and…
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Safety Tips
February 7, 2018

Mardi Gras Safety

We hope everyone enjoys a safe and festive Mardi Gras holiday. Party responsibly! Many accidents happen from over-intoxication. Pace yourself…
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Safety Tips
February 2, 2018

What’s the Difference Between a Cold and the Flu?

This year's flu season has been very severe.  According to the Centers for Disease Control, the peak of the flu…
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Safety Tips
December 28, 2017

Flu Prevention Tips

Flu season is here, and germs are flying. The flu virus can be especially dangerous for children and elderly, but…
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Safety Tips
December 18, 2017

New Year’s Eve Safety

New Year’s Eve is a time to reflect on the previous year and welcome a new year and new beginning. As…
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Safety Tips
October 18, 2017

Halloween Safety: All Treats, No Tricks!

Following these guidelines will help everyone in your group stay safe during trick-or-treating hours.

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