Friday, October 28th, 2022
Fleming Ambulance responded to a residence on Delaney Road for an elderly male difficulty breathing and experiencing chest pains.
Thursday, October 27th, 2022
Fleming Ambulance responded to a residence on Forest Hill Drive for a elderly female experiencing headaches.
Wednesday, October 26th, 2022
Fleming Ambulance responded to a home on Sand Beach Road for a elderly female unconscious.
Tuesday, October 25th, 2022
Fleming EMS responded mutual aid to a residence in the town of Owasco on East lakeview Drive for a elderly male low blood pressure.
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Amanda’s Law

On February 10, 2010 Amanda’s Law went into effect in New York State to help protect you and your family from the deadly effects of carbon monoxide poisoning.

Amanda’s law is named for Amanda Hansen, 16, of West Seneca, who died of carbon monoxide poisoning while at a sleepover at a friend’s home. Officials later determined she had been exposed to lethal levels of carbon monoxide from a defective boiler in the home's basement, where she and her friend were having a sleepover.

The new law requires the following: Carbon Monoxide alarms must be installed in all new and existing one and two family dwellings and multifamily dwellings that have fuel burning appliances

  • Property owners with homes built before 2008 must have at least one functioning carbon monoxide detector on the lowest level of the residence that has a bedroom.
  • A detector must be installed on every level of a dwelling that has a bedroom.
  • When replacing a hot water tank, furnace, fire place or any other device that emits carbon monoxide, the homeowner must install a carbon monoxide detector if one is not already present.

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