Fleming Ambulance responded to the City of Auburn on Franklin Street for a male having convulsions from a diabetic issue.
Fleming Ambulance responded to the City of Auburn on State Street for a male not feeling well.
Fleming EMS responded mutual aid to the Town of Owasco for an elderly female experiencing a diabetic problem.
Fleming Ambulance responded to the City of Auburn on Garrow Street for a male difficulty breathing unable to ambulate.
Police say a person on a scooter was struck in a Walmart parking lot over the weekend.On Saturday, June 25 the Seneca County 911 Center received a call for a personal injury accident.Upon investigatio...
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ONONDAGA COUNTY — Two adults are receiving aid from the American Red Cross after a Sunday morning fire forced them from their home on Route 20 near Barron Road in the Town of Onondaga.According ...
SYRACUSE, N.Y.- While most of CNY endured some heavy downpours, thunder, lightning and some occasional gusty winds, a few towns and villages reported tree and power line damage. Here are the locations...
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JAMESVILLE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV)- The roof collapsed at a home on Apulia Road early Sunday morning.According to the Jamesville Fire Chief, a passerby called in the fire at about 4 a.m. When crews got there,...
Project Lifesaver

Project Lifesaver - Bringing Loved Ones Home 

Through a partnership with the Cayuga County Office for the Aging and Cayuga County Sheriff's Office, Project Lifesaver is a rapid-response program for individuals who are at risk of wandering and becoming lost. Each participant is fitted with a personalized Project Lifesaver wristband. This unique wristband is a one-ounce battery-operated transmitter that emits an automatic tracking signal. 

When needed, this signal can be tracked by specially trained personnel with the Cayuga County Sheriff's Office on the ground or in the air. Search time has typically been reduced from hours and days down to minutes. 

Project Lifesaver can provide comfort and peace of mind to caregivers without compromising the safety or dignity of their loved one. 

Contact the Cayuga County Office for the Aging at 315-253-1226 for more information and eligibility requirements.


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