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The Nebraska City Fire Rescue EMS Division
Nebraska City Fire Rescue was formed on October 1st 2008 after a merger of the Nebraska City Volunteer Fire Department and the Nebraska City Rescue Squad. The merger was completed to improve Emergency Medical Services in the City of Nebraska City and surrounding areas. The EMS division is a fully paid EMS service that has a combination of Full Time and Part Time EMS Personnel. All personnel are certified EMTs or Paramedics and there is a minimum of 4 paid personnel on every day. This includes the Fire Apparatus Engineer who responds in a City Fire Engine to medical calls in the City. Volunteers help assist EMS in the other districts in appropriate apparatus.
Nebraska City Fire Rescue – EMS Division serves approximately 10,000 people in 160 square miles which include the City of Nebraska City, Nebraska City Rural Fire District, Village of Dunbar and the Dunbar Rural Fire District. They also provide ALS Intercept and mutual aid services to other districts when requested.
The EMS Division also provides interfacility transfers for CHI Health St. Mary’s and other local hospitals as needed.
The EMS Division has an average run volume of nearly 1,200 per year which include both 911 and Interfacility runs.
The division has 4 ambulances to help serve our visitors and citizens.
- 2018 Ford F450 Demers MX170 purchased from Danko Emergency Equipment Company
- 2015 Chevy Silverado 3500 AEV Remount from Arrow Manufacturing
- 2012 Ford F450 Lifeline Remount from Arrow Manufacturing
- 2009 Ford E450 Osage from Fire Guard
NCFR-EMS also provides standby services for a variety of events within the district when requested. These include:
- High School Football Games
- Bull Riding
- UTV/ATV Racing
- Local Community Events