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Massena Rescue Squad
341 E Orvis St
Massena, NY  13662


315-764-1999 Business Office



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The Massena Volunteer Emergency Unit, Inc. is a volunteer based not for profit rescue squad that exists to provide outstanding emergency medical and technical rescue services to Massena, Louisville, and surrounding communities through highly trained responders and state of the art equipment.




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Tue. Dec 23rd 2014

North Country emergency workers can opt for insurance coverage under a new law sponsored by Sen. Joseph A. Griffo (R-Rome) and signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.The bill will provide benefits in St. Lawrence County and around the state to firefighters and ambulance workers injured while assisting at a sce...

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Thu. Dec 18th 2014

Massena Rescue Squad recently held elections for the upcoming operating year.  While the majority of officers retained their positions, we would like to welcome our two new board members, Tommy Hazel and Nate Rogers.  Tommy is a long time member and returns to the board after a two year hi...

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Fri. Oct 10th 2014

The zombie apocalypse is here, and this Halloween Massena Rescue Squad will be your emergency safe haven.  Come down between 6pm and 10pm for emergency rations (snacks and punch) as well as travel supplies (goodie bags).  Despite the unconfirmed reports of zombie activity in the area,...

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Thu. May 22nd 2014

On Monday May 26th, Massena Rescue Squad will be hosting its 40th annual Radiothon at the Squad building on east Orvis Street.  The event will kick off at 11am, following the annual Memorial Day parade.  Events will include: -Bounce house and games with prizes for kids-Dunk tank run b...

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Tue. Apr 15th 2014

As of this morning, the National Weather Service in Burlington has extended the flood watch for St Lawrence and Franklin counties from Tuesday evening until Wednesday morning.  Due to the heavy rain fall and high water levels in rivers already swollen with large amounts of snow runoff, there ex...

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